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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
reniformis,-e (adj.B), (obsol.) renarius,-a,-um (adj.A): kidney-shaped, “resembling the figure of a kidney; that is to say, crescent-shaped, with the ends rounded, as the leaf of Asarum europaeum” (Lindley); see kidney-shaped;

- semina cochleato-reniformia v. spiralia, pilis longis cincta v. undique longe lanata (B&H) seeds coiled-reniform or spiralled, girdled with long hairs or in every part wooly. [Cochlospermum].

- semina in quoque loculo plurima reniformia in pulpa pellucida glutinosa nidulantia (F.Mueller), very many seeds in each locule kidney-shaped, nesting in a glutinous transparent pulp.

- antheae• minimae,subrotundae, reniformes. (Swartz), the anthers very small, nearly round, reniform.

- involucellis reniformibus vel subrhombeis aliquando subtrilobis (Boissier), the involucels kidney-shaped or almost rhombic [i.e. diamond-shaped], sometimes almost 3-lobed.

- [Thalictrum rotundifolium] foliis radicalibns petiolatis reniformibus suborbiculatis (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves petiolate, kidney-shaped, nearly orbicular.

- foliis glabris, primordialibus reniformibus (DeCandolle), with the leaves glabrous, the first-formed kidney-shaped.

- folia radicalia reniformia basi subtruncata vix cordata (DeCandolle), basal leaves kidney-shaped, at the base nearly truncate, scarcely cordate.

- folia cordata aut reniformia, auriculis sursum non inflexis (DeCandolle), the leaves heart-shaped or kidney-shaped, with the auricles upwardly not inflexed.

- foliis peltatis subrenifbrrriibus' (DeCandolle), the leaves peltate, nearly reniform.

- (algae) Nemathecia juxta marginem serie utrinque singula et in utraque pagina disposita,pedunculo brevi suffulta, sectionem verticalem fere reniformem offerentia (Agardh), the nemathecia near the margin on both sides in a single row and deposited on each side, subtended by a short peduncle, displaying a vertical section almost reniform.

- (algae) frons circumscriptione fere reniformis (Agardh), the frond in circumscription almost kidney-shaped.

obcordato-reniformis,-e (adj.B): reversely heart-shaped, reversed heart-shaped with deep sinus remote from attachment to reniform, i.e. crescent-shaped, with the ends rounded;

- vexillum obcordato-reniforme,luteum, prope medium sanguineo-signatum (F. Mueller), the vexillum obcordate-kidney-shaped, yellow, near the middle blood-red-marked.

reniformi-cordatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “both kidney-shaped and heart-shaped combined” (Lindley);

- foliis radicalibus subcordato reniformibus sublobatis (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves nearly cordate, kidney-shaped, almosted lobed.

- foliis cordato-reniformibus crenatis sinu obtusis (DeCandolle), with the leaves heart-shaped-kidney-shaped, crenate, obtuse in the sinus.

-semina in quoque loculo plurima reniformia in pulpa pellucida glutinosa nidulantia (DeCandolle), seeds many in each locule, kidney-shaped, nesting in a transparent glutinous pulp.

 

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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