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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subiens, gen. sg. subeuntis (part.B): undergoing, submitting to; coming or going under; springing up, sprouting [> L. subeo,-ii,-itum, irreg.; infinitive ‘subire,’ to go under anything, to come under, to approach or advance, to draw near; to enter; to submit to, undergo, endure; “ to come or go under anything; to approach (stealthily), to come or go up to, draw near, to follow, succeed; to take place, occur; to go down, sink; to come up, spring up”(after Lewis & Short)];

subeant: third-person plural present active subjunctive of subeo: they may, could, should follow, succeed.

subiturus,-a,-um (future active participle), about to approach, to undergo, submit to, about to endure.
         singular                   plural 
nom.     subiens                  subeuntes (n. subeuntia) 
gen.     subeuntis                subeuntium 
dat.     subeunti                 subeuntibus 
acc.    subeuntem (n. subiens)   subeuntes (n. subeuntia) 
abl.     subeunti (e)             subeuntibus
- cellulae divisiones subeuntes, cells undergoing [i.e. submitting to] divisions.

- marginibus pileos subeuntibus, with the margins going under the pileus.

- venis margines subeuntibus, with the veins approaching the margins.

- parietes hyphales lumina cellularia subeuntes, the hyphal walls entering the cellular lumina.

- sed pulvere illo absterso vel difflato peridia lucem subeunt varie confluentia, but with that powder expelled or blown away the peridia under the light of day variously confluent.

- luna sub orbem solis subiens, the moon sinking below the orb of the sun.

- herbae subeuntes, herbs coming up, springing up, sprouting

- subire sub axem folii, to go under the axis of the leaf.

- bulbilis secus costam subeutibus, with bulbils springing up along the costa.

- [fungi; a caption to plate I: Piso1ithus arenarius [Sclerodermataceae] exemplum mediocre basi abruptum (a) integrum; (b) verticaliter sectum, ut peridiola summa matura pulveracea, media etiamnum succulenta etc. visum subeant (S&A), an average specimen broken off at the base (a) entire; (b) sectioned vertically, seen so that the topmost mature, pulveraceous [i.e. powdery] peridioles may succeed the middle ones, [which are] at this time, succulent [i.e. fleshy, juicy], etc.

- e cujus centro assurgunt fila 3 simplicia, at in ramos ramulosque teneriores numerosos, vage pulverem undique (quo difflato luculenter oculos subeunt) perreptantes, subdichotome mox arboris ad instar divisa; from the center of which arises three unbranched threads and in numerous rather thin branches and branchlets, far and wide on all sides creeping through the dust [spores?](which when blown away splendidly submits to the eyes), soon is divided somewhat dichotomously into the form of a tree.

 

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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