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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
notus,-a,-um (part.A): known; examined, considered, investigated, studied [> L. nosco (old form gnosco), noscere, novi, notum, 3, to become acquainted with, get knowledge of; in the perfect tenses: to be acquainted with, to know.; to inquire into, to investigate; to recognize; to recognize, approve, acknowledge;

- res nota; the thing [i.e. issue, business] that is known.

- nota atque insignia genera, known and remarkable genera.

- species 1, Javensis, nobis nonnisi a specimine imperfecto nota (B&H), species 1, of Java, known with us only by an imperfect specimen.

- species ad 80, sed varie aestimatae, usque ad 150 a botanicis, synonymis haud notis inclusis, enumerantur (B&H), species listed to 80, but variously enumerated, up to 150 by botanists, with the synonyms not known included.

- e Malacca, quarum stirpes masculae solae notae sunt (B&H), from Malaca, the male plants of which only are known.

- species quoad characteres genericos dubiae aut non satis notae (DeCandolle), species as to generic characters doubtful or not well-enough known.

- species ad 70 adhuc notae, in Asia tropica v. orientali, in America boreali (B&H), species to 70 known at this time in tropical or eastern Asia, in North America.

- Odontocarya, e Brasilia, et Antitaxis, e Malacca, quarum stirpes masculae solae notae sunt, nullo certo charactere ab Euphorbiaceis distinguuntur (B&H), Odontocarya, from Brasil, and Antitaxis, from Malacca, the male plants of which only are known, are distinguished by no definite character.

- a speciebus nobis notis marginibus ciliatis bene distincta, from species known to us well distinct by the ciliate margins.

- inter species pseudostipulosas nobis notas pedunculo longissimo bene distincta, among pseudostipulose species known to us by the very long peduncle well distinct.

- RADACKIA, Endl. in Ann. Wien. Mus. i. 186, nomine solo nota est. Icon citata Atakta t. 49, inedita est (B&H), [the genus] Radackia ...is known from a single name. The illustration cited Atakta t. [= plate] 49 is unpublished.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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