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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
stiped, provided with a stipe or stalk: stipitatus,-a,-um (adj.A).

NOTE: not ‘stipatus,-a,-um (part.A)’, q.v.
-stiped, -stalked: see -stalked;

1. in L. comp. -stipes, gen.sg. -stipitis: in L. comp. stipe, stalk, trunk of a tree, tree trunk, tree, stem [> L. stipes,-itis s.m.III): a log, stock, post, trunk of a tree; syn. palus, sudis; a tree; a tree branch (Lewis & Short); see -stalked;

Agaricus cepaestipes Sow. caepa,-ae (s.f.I), an onion; Anemia longistipes, abl. sg.longistipiti, gen. pl. -stipitium

Carex longistipes; Hieracium glandulistipes; Hieracium longistipes;

NOTE: the abl. sg. is -stipiti; see -stalked.

2. in L. comp. stirp-, stirpi-; -stirps, gen.sg. -stirpis, stalk, stem [> L. stirps, gen. sg. stirpis (s.f.III) ‘literally, the lower part of the trunk of plants, including the roots; a stock, stem, stalk; a plant, shrub’ (Lewis & Short); see -stalked;

- brevistirps, short-stemmed or stalked; laevistirps, smooth-stemmed.

NOTE: the abl. sg. is -stirpi; see -stalked.

3. in Gk. comp. styp-, stypo-: stem, stalk [> Gk. stypos,-eOs (s.n.III), ‘stem, stump, block’ (Liddell & Scott).

NOTE: stypos (s.m.II), in Greek, is a synonym of stuppE (s.f.I), which is a synonym of styppeion (s.n.II), “the coarse fibre of flax or hemp, tow, oakum” (Liddell & Scott).

4. in Gk. comp. corm-, cormo-: trunk, stem [> Gk. kormos (s.m.II), the trunk of a tree (with the boughs lopped off) (Liddell & Scott); = L. stipes,-itis (s.m.III), the trunk of a tree; = stirps, gen.sg. stirpis (s.f.III), q.v., the stock or stem of a tree or other plant, together with the roots.

 

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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