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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
relinquens,-entis (part.B): leaving behind; abandoning, deserting, leaving, relinquishing, shedding; relictual; relinquo, 1st pers sg. act. indic. pres. ‘I leave;’ relinguunt, 3d. pers. pl. act. indic. pres., ‘they leave’ [> L. relinquo,-liqui,-lictum, 3, to leave behind by removing one's self, to leave, move away from; to leave, abandon; to leave behind, by death, etc.; to forsake, abandon, desert; relinquish];

- ut amenta staminifera me nondum visa, quare genus dubium relinquo. (F.Mueller), so the stamen-bearing aments were not yet seen by me, for which reason I leave the genus doubtful.

- vaginae secedentes hyalino-membraneae, aetate ñervos setiformes relinquunt (F. Mueller), the splitting sheathes hyaline-membranous, with age leave behind bristle-shaped nerves.

- vestemque relinquere ut anguis, to shed [one's clothes] in the manner of a snake.

- vaginae caducae cicatrices circulares relinquentes, the sheaths caducous leaving behind circular scars.

- truncus corticem relinquens ut amnis, the trunk shedding its bark in the manner of a snake (i.e. in the way that a snake does).

- loculum vacuum intus saepe lamina verticali subdivisum relinquente (B&H), the empty locule often subdivided within with a relictual vertical lamina.

- putamen ad faciem concavum, processu intruso hemisphaerico, loculum vacuum intus saepe lamina verticali subdivisum relinquente (B&H), the stone concave on the face, with an inserted, hemisphaeric process, the empty locule inside often subdivided by a relictual vertical lamina.

- Mense fere exacto, primo amento delapso, cicatricem relinquente, amenta minora baseos elongantur,florentque (Swartz), almost at the month passing, the first ament fallen away, leaving behind a scar, the smaller aments of the base are elongate, and flowering.

 

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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