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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
orbatus,-a,-um (part.A): lacking; stripped of, deprived of, lit. 'bereaved [> L. orbo,-avi,-atum, 1. to bereave, deprive of + abl.]; see orbus,-a,-um (adj.A); see stripped;

- arbores foliis pro tempore orbatae haud sempervirentes, trees for a time stripped of leaves not evergreen (Stearn).

- phyllodiis acutis glándula terminali orbatis (F. Mueller), with the phyllodia acute, lacking a terminal glandule.

- calyx cylindraceus sexdentatus, squamis glandulisque orbatus (F. Mueller), the calyx cylindaceous, with six teeth, lacking scales and glandules.

- lobis non abrupte acutatis intus hirsutie orbatis (F. Mueller), with the lobes not abruptly acute, inside deprived of a rough hair-covering.

- caulis erectus, simplex, vaginis pluribus concoloribus superne laxis sed limbo orbatis (B&H), the stem erect, unbranched, with the many sheaths of the same color, above loose but lacking a limb.

- semina magna, coma orbata (B&H), the seeds large, lacking a coma.

- corolla papilionacea, alis plicis transveralibus orbatis (B&H), corolla papillionaceous, lacking wings with transverse plications.

 

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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