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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Panis, gen.sg. panis (s.m.III), abl. sg. pane; also pane, gen.sg. panis (s.m.III), abl. sg. pane, gen. pl. panium [i-stem noun]: bread, a loaf of bread; food in general; a loaf-shaped mass;

- a pistore panem petimus, we seek bread from a baker.

- mollia panis, the ‘tenderness’ of the bread, i.e., the crumb [> mollis,-e (adj.B), tender, delicate, soft].

- crusta,-ae (s.f.I) panis, the crust of the bread, bread-crust.

- non in solo pane vivit homo, mankind does not live by bread alone.

- hyphae panes sporarum formantes, the hyphae forming loaves of spores.

- folia trita suaviter olent Satureja instar. Recentia cum pane manducantur (Swartz), the bruised leaves smell pleasantly, like Satureya. Fresh [plants] are chewed [i.e. eaten] with bread [i.e. food].

- mucida panis frusta, a moldy piece of bread.

- [Mucor herbariorum ‘of herbaria;’ fungus] extra herbaria etiam panis indurati mucidorumque lignorum incolam passim vidimus (S&A), beyond [i.e. in addition to] herbaria we saw it everywhere an inhabitant of hardened [i.e. stale] bread and musty wood.

- [Boletus ferruginosus; fungus] cognata est Medullae panis, quacum congruit crescendi modo (S&A), it is similar to Medulla panis [i.e. the crumb or interior of bread], with which it corresponds by the manner of growth [= spongy or porose].

NOTE: the crum of bread = medula,-ae (s.f.I) panis; = panis pars interior & mollior, the inner and softer part of the bread.

Boletus medulla panis = Perenniporia medulla-panis

 

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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