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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Reliquum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. reliquo: that which is left behind, a remainder, residue; the rest, the others, remnant, remaining; syn. reliquiae,-arum (pl.f.I), q.v.; see residue, trace;

- in nostra spinae sunt tantam reliquiae petiolorum. (DeCandolle), in ours the spines are only the remnants of the petioles.

- reliquum dentium peristomii, the remnant of the peristome teeth.

- reliqua desunt, the rest (of the other characters of the species) absent.

- absoluta impraegnatione e centro surgit continuatio, Polytrichi communis reliquorumque in modum (Hedw.), with the fertilization complete, the continuance of growth is from the center in the manner of Polytrichum communis and the rest.

- labium superius, cui anthera insidet, majus, marisque latum quam in reliquis (Swartz), the upper lip, on which the anther sits, large, and more wide than in the rest.

- laciniae oblongae, deciduae, ínfima reliquis longiore (Swartz), the laciniae oblong, deciduous, the lowest one longer than the rest [i.e. the others].

- corpus genitalium subrotundum, minutum, albidum ; reliqua ut in A. squamosa (Swartz), the body of the genitals nearly round, minute, whitish; the remainder as in A. squamosa.

- e speciebus cognitis 16 (vel 17), in Europa habitant 5 (vel 6); relìquae in variis telluris partibus dispersae sunt (Nyl.), from the known species 16 (or 17), 5 (or 6) dwell in Europe; the remainder are dispersed in different parts of the earth.

- sepalo exteriore reliquis majore (Necker), with the outer sepal larger than the rest.

- flosculi centrales umbellae masculi: reliqui monogamici (Necker), the central florets of the umbel are masculine: the remainder are monogamic.

- flores mini ignati, ex reliquiis parvi (DeCandolle), the flowers are unknown to me, from the others [i.e. in comparison to the others] they are small.

- petala inaequalia, reliquia breviora 3-nervia (DeCandolle), the remainder shorter, 3-nerved.

- (algae) frondes plerumque pedales basi reliquiis spinularum parce muriculatas (Agardh), the fronds usually a foot long, at the base somewhat muriculate with the remnants of the spinules.

 

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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