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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
paludosus,-a,-um (adj.A): marshy, boggy, fenny, full of wet places; “growing in marshy places” (Lindley) [> L. palus,-udis (s.f.III), swamp, wet place]; see paluster, palustris, palustre (adj.B); see bog; cf. soligenus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- crescit in pratis paludosis turfosis (Hedwig), it grows in marshy, peaty meadows.

- humus,-i(s.m.II) paludosus, abl. sg. humo paludoso, boggy ground.

- terra (s.f.I) paludosa, marshy earth.

- solum (s.n.II) paludosum, abl. sg. solo paludoso, swampy soil.

- herbae aquaticae v. paludosae, erectae v. rarius natantes (B&H), herbs aquatic or of swamps, erect or more rarely floating.

- Herba paludosa, erecta, Alismatis facie (B&H), herbs of swamps, erect, with the general appearance of Alisma.

- herbae, nunc acaules paludosae et scapigerae rhizomate tuberoso v. repente, nunc aquaticae rhizomate repente nodoso caulibus dichotome ramosis submersis v. fluitantibus (B&H), herbs, sometimes stemmless, of wet places and scape-bearing with a tuberous or creeping, sometimes aquatic with a creeping, nodose rhizome with stems dichotomously branched, submersed or floating.

- Vanilla paludosa ab omnibus aliis speciebus sui generis habito paludoso differt, Vanilla paludosa differs from all other species of its own genus by the swampy habit.

- (moss) [Mnium palustre] in paludosis turfosis et uligiuosis omnium regionum per totam Europam (Mueller), in marshy, peaty and swampy places of all the regions throughout all Europe.

- ex adnotationibus Sullivantii (p.50.) juxta Wilmington in Carolinae superioris paludosis arenosis (Mueller), from the annotations of Sullivant (p. 50) near Wilmington in swampy, sandy [places] of upper Carolina [i.e. North Carolina].

- (moss) theca prima pallida, demum ochracea in paludosis fusca nitens (Mueller), the young theca pale, ultimately ochraceous [i.e. yellowish-brown], dark-brown in swampy places, shining.

- in paludosis turfosis planitierum usque ad alpes totius Europae (Mueller) in swampy, peaty [places] from the plains to the high mountains of all Europe.

- Europa, per totum imperium germanicum in paludosis hic illic sporadice (Jaeg.Sauerb.), Europe throughout the whole German empire sporadically here and there in boggy places.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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