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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
paulatim (adv.), paullatim (adv.): little by little, gradually, by degrees; opp. subito (adv.), abruptly, suddenly;

- frondibus apicem versus paulatim decrescentibus, with the fronds toward the apex gradually diminishing.

- pileus initio aequaliter hemisphaerico-convexus; dein paullatim applanatur, demum planissimus, exacte disciformis (S&A); the pileus in the beginning equally hemispheric-convex; then little by little it is flattened, finally entirely flat, precisely disciform.

- [Sphagnum] folia ramulina aut paulatim aut subito apiculata (Warnst.), the branchlet leaves either gradually or abruptly [i.e. suddenly] apiculate.

- [fungi] villus tegmineus detritus paullatim et evanidus pulverem denudat opace viridem, ad latera diutius persistens (S&A); the villus [i.e. villocity or hair-covering] that serves to cover, when little by little worn away and having disappeared exposes a darkly green powder, persisting longer on the sides.

- [fungi] Sunt ista peridiola initio minuta, mollissima, pulposa, extus intusque unicolora laete flava: paullatim inde in formam plerumque ovato - oblongam, ob situm arctum diversimode compressam, excrescunt (S&A), those are peridioles at the beginning minute, very soft [i.e. pliant], pulpy [i.e. soft and juicy], both inside and outside unicolorous [i.e. of a single color], with a lively yellow color; little by little [i.e. gradually]] from that point they grow up usually ovately-oblong in form, compressed in various ways due to their tight surroundings.

 

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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