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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subinde (adv.), rarely subin (adv.): cf. interdum (adv.), sometimes, occasionally, now and then;

1. immediately or shortly afterwards, thereupon, promptly; from then on;

– primo pileus candidus subinde rubrescens at first pileus white, promptly turning red.

- folia e basi brevissima angusta ovali-acuminata, stricta, subinde acumine semitorta, concava (DozyMoek), the leaves from a very short base narrow, oval-acuminate, upright, thereupon semitwisted in the acumen.

- flos masculus foliis perigonialibus extimis maximis recurvis, ante explosionem breuioribus, subin longioribus (Hedw), the male flower with the outermost perigonial leaves the largest, recurved, shorter before the discharge, shortly afterwards longer.

2. at more or less frequent intervals of time, from time to time, now and then; at intervals of space;

- axillae folii subinde gemmae longitudinis varii emittentes, the axils of the leaves from time to time gemmae of various lengths producing.

- planta subinde per gemmas filamentosas se regenerans, plant from time to time reproducing itself by filamentous gemmae.

- planta subinde stolones vel rhizoida fertilia efficiens prostremo flores fertiles, plant producing from time to time fertile stolons or rhizoids, in the end fertile flowers.

- differt a praecedente verrucis tenuibus, subinde elongatis, it differs from the preceding by the thin verrucae, from time to time elongate.

- flores in capitulo uniformes v. subinde steriles, flowers uniform in heads or frequently sterile.

3. in intervals of time: repeatedly, constantly, frequently, continually; note also iterum (adv.), ‘again, a second time;’

- cellulae prolongantur, subinde dividuntur, et tota frons increscit, the cells are prolonged, repeatedly divided and the whole frond increases.

- folium iterum vel subinde divisum, the leaf again or repeatedly divided.

- cellulae prolongantur, subinde dividuntur, et tota frons increscit, the cells are prolonged, repeatedly divided and the whole frond increases.

- [moss] planta epidendra corticem arborum et ramorum investiens, primo prorepens, dein vero caulium filiformium incremento longe subinde ab iisdem dependens (DozyMoek), plant epidendrous [i.e. growing on trees], covering the bark of trees and branches, at first creeping along, then with long repeated increment [of growth] of the filiform stems, dangling from the same [i.e. places].

 

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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