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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
repandus,-a,-um (adj.A): repand, somewhat sinuose; having a slightly uneven and waved margin; “having an uneven, slightly wavy or angular margin” (Lindley); (bryology) “with a wavy margin” (Magill 1990); (fungi) “repandous, “(of the pileus) having a wavy margin and turned back or elevated” (S&D); same as undulate, q.v.; sinuate, q.v., is more deeply and pronouncedly wavy [> L. repandus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘bent backwards, turned up; syn. recurvus, reduncus) as a lily or an animal horn (Lewis & Short)]; [sinuato-dentatus repando-dentatus

- Helvella pileo libero planiusculo repando demum deflexo, a Helvella with the pileus free [i.e. not fixed to the stem], somewhat flat, repand [somewhat sinuose], ultimately deflexed.

- (moss) foliis margine limbo subrepando haud incrassato plus minus circumductis (C. Mueller), with the leaves more or less surrounded at the margin with a somewhat repand [i.e. undulate] border, not thickened.

- segmentis ovatis obtusis repando-dentatis (DeCandolle), with the segments ovate [i.e. broadest toward the base], obtuse, sinuose-dentate.

- capsula depresso-globosa laevi ad orificium repando-triloba (F. Mueller), capsule depressed-globose, smooth, sinuose-trilobed at the orifice.

- folia subcordato - ovata, obtusa, superiora oblonga, margine subrepanda, subciliata (Swartz), the leaves somewhat cordat-ovate, obtuse, the upper oblong, with the margine somewhat repand [i.e. unevenly undulate], somewhat ciliate

- [lichen] thallus irregulariter repando-crenatis (Nyl.), the thallus irregularly sinuately-crenate [i.e. scalloped].

- [lichen] thallo cinerascente vel glauco-cinereo rigidiore, lobis repandis (Nyl.), with the thallus ash-gray or glaucous-ashy, more rigid, with the lobes repand [i.e. unevenly wavy].

sinuato-dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A), repando-dentatus (adj.A): (of margins) rather unevenly undulate as well as dentate, creating a toothed margin that is also undulate;

- folia spathulata repando-dentata (B&H), leaves spathulate, repand-dentate.

- folia lineari-lanceolata, sessilia, integerrima v. repando-denticulata(B&H), leaves linear-lanceolate, sessile, completely entire or wavy with small teeth.

- ovarium 4-6-loculare, stigmate crasso umbonato sessili repandi-4-6-lobo coronatum (B&H), ovary with 4-6 locules, crowned with the stigma thick, umbonate, sessile, 4-6-lobed-undulate.

Peziza repanda; Dentinum repandum, a mushroom whose cap has a wavy margin = Hydnum repandum.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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