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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
scatens,-entis (part.B), with abl.: abounding with, swarming with [> L. scateo,-ere, 2, or 3, to bubble up, gush, well, to flow forth; to swarm with, abound in, + abl.]; see abounding in; abounding with;

- herbae succo aqueo vel lacteo scatentes, herbs abounding in a watery or milky juice (Cactus).

- arbusculae succo colorem luteum v. rubrum praebente scatentes (B&H), small trees full of (abounding in) a sap displaying a yellow or red color.

- arbores fruticesve, nonnunquam epiphyticae, succo resinoso saepe flavo v. virescente scatentes (B&H), trees or shrubs, sometimes epiphytic, abounding in a resinous sap often yellow or greenish.

- ligno inter radios medullares densiores pulcherrime poroso, liquorem limpidum potabilm scatente (B&H), with the wood between the medullary rays most beautifully porose, abounding in a clear drinkable liquor.

- sphaerulae arcte gregariae, hinc inde coacervatae, partim inanes nobis conspectae, partim muco spermatophoro scatentes (S&A), sphaerules tightly gregarious, here and there massed together, [those] observed by us partly empty, partly abounding in a spore-bearing mucus.

- Guttiferae (Order, Bentham & Hooker): Arbores fruticesve, nonnunquam epiphyticae, succo resinoso saepe flavo v. virescente scatentes (B&H), trees or shrubs, sometimes epiphytic, often full of a resinous sap, yellow or greenish.

 

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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