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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
saccharatus,-a,-um (adj.A): sugary, sugared, sweetened; looking as if sprinkled or frosted with sugar, appearing frosted; saccharated (pharm.), mixed or combined with sucrose; see frosted, sugared;

- arbores parvae v. elatae, succo aqueo v. saccharato v. rarissime lacteo scatentes (B&H), (the genus Acer), small or tall, flowing with a watery, sugary or very rarely milky sap.

- [Vitis vinifera] acinis rubris pallidis aut albis, aquosis aut carnosis, globosis ovatis aut oblongis, saccharatis moschatis aut subacerbis; (DeCandolle), with the berries [or berry-bunches] red, pale or white, watery [i.e. full of water] or fleshy, globose, ovate or oblong, sugary, musky or somewhat sour.

- [pharm.] Sumat quantum cuspide cultri capi potest pulveris, in cochleari lactis saccharati, vel in melle, omni nocte (Bennett), “Let the patient take as much of the powder as can be taken on the point of a knife, in a spoonful of sugared milk, or in honey, every night.”

Aqua,-ae (s.f.I), saccharata: (pharm.) sweetened water.

Oleosaccharate (pharm.): oleosaccharum,-i (s.n.II) (Bennett).

Isoetes saccharata Engelm. "sugary; because 'macrospores as if sprinkled over with minute white grains of sugar' (Fernald 1950). Andropogon saccharatus; Galium saccharatum.

 

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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