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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
sat (adv.), satis (adv.): enough, sufficiently, satisfactorily; moderately, rather, quite; cf. bene (adv.), ‘well, very;’ compare. satius (adv.), more satisfying, better, preferable [> L. the root word of satur, satura, saturum (adj.A), q.v]; see moderately;

- ad corticem quercus in Germania et Suecia rarum, ad Aboam in querceto sat frequenter, licet sparsum (Nyl.), rare on the bark of oak in Germany and Sweden, quite frequently at Aboa in an oak grove, although sparse.

- stipes mediocris, breviusculus, firmus, satis crassus, the stipe medium, somewhat sort, firm, moderately thick.

- cellula in statu erratico satis metabola, cells in a motile state considerably metabolic.

- folia subtus praeter venas virides satis rubra, leaves below (i.e. on the under side) except for the green veins quite red (Stearn).

- sed satis distinctum parvitate, but sufficiently distinct by its smallness.

- petalis glandulis sat crebris indutis, with petals clothed with moderately numerous glandules.

- Hab. sat frequens in Virginia, it grows quite frequently in Virginia.

- utrinque pilis adpressis malpighiaceis hic illic nonnunquam satis regulariter conspersa, on both surfaces with hairs appressed malpighiaceous here and there sometimes fairly regularly sprinkled (Stearn).

- fila simplicia, capillaria, oculo nudo satis conspicua (Agardh), threads simple [i.e. unbranched], threadlike, quite visible to the naked eye.

- habitu et statura inter O. Peckii atque O. anomalum medium tenens, a primo capsula subexserta, ab altero capsula multo minore octo-striata satis distinctum (Austin), by the habit and stature holding the middle between O. Peckii and O. anomalum, from the first by the nearly exserted capsule, from the other [i.e. of two] by the capsule much smaller, 8-striate quite distinct.

- antherae drupae aliaeque partes essentiales utriusque speciei satis congruunt (F. Mueller), the anthers, drupes and the other essential parts of both species agree well enough.

Rubus satis Bailey, 'enough or sufficient, if not satisfactory' (Fernald 1950 p. 845).

 

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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