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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
palmaris,-e (adj.B): relating to the palm of the hand; relating to a palm tree; a palm's breadth or palm, in length, width etc.; equalling the width of the palm of the hand, about 3 in. (8 cm.); “three inches, or the breadth of the four fingers of the hand” (Lindley); = palmeus,-a,-um (adj.A); of palms, full of palms;

- herba tenuis gracilis vix palmaris (DeCandolle), herb thin, slender scarcely three inches high.

- caules palmares erecti costati (DeCandolle), the stems three inches high, erect, ribbed.

- lucus (s.m.II) palmaris, a palm grove, a grove of palm trees.

- Specim. sylvestre videtur vix palmare demissnm, hortense erectum 2-3-pedale (DeCandolle), a wild specimen seen low-lying, scarcely three inches high, a horticultural [specimen] erect, 2-3-feet high.

- (mosses) pedunculus palmaris et ultra (Mueller), the peduncle [i.e. seta] three inches and more.

- (moss) caules digitales ad palmares (Mueller), the stems 3/4 of an inch long to three inches.

- (moss) caulis palmaris ad spithamaeum, pennae corvinae crassitie (Hooker), the stem three inches to seven [or 7.5 inches], with the width of a crow’s feather.

- specim. sylvestre videtur vix palmare demissnm, hortense erectum 2-3-pedale (DeCandolle), a native specimen seen low-lying, scarcely 3 inches, a horticultural [specimens] erect, 2-3-feet.

Viola palmaris, a Violet that is three inches high; Chromolaena palmaris; Eupatorium palmare; Osmia palmaris .

 

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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