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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subsimilis,e (adj.B): somewhat like, partly similar + dat.; see similis,-e (adj.B);

- bracteae foliis caulinis subsimiles, the bracts somewhat similar to the cauline leaves.

- petala saepius sepalis subsimilia v. 0 (B&H), petals more often partly similar to the sepals or none.

- folia radicalia et inferiora maxima, ternatim decomposita, iis Actaeae subsimilia (B&H),radical leaves and the lower the largest, ternately decompound, somewhat like to those of Actaea.

- Nonnullae Ebenaceis quibusdam primo intuitu subsimiles, sed florum structura longe distant (B&H), some [sc. species] are rather similar to certain Ebenaceae [species] at first glance.

- petala saepius 6, biseriatim valvata, exteriora carnosa, interiora subsimilia, nisi minora, v. rarius deficientia (B&H), the petals rather often 6, biseriately valvate, the outer fleshy, the inner somewhat similar except smaller or more rarely lacking.

- petala 4 , plana, sepalis paullo minora et subsimilia (B&H), petals 4, flat, somewhat smaller than the sepals and somewhat like them.

- herba, foliis Saxifragae granulatae subsimilibus (B&H), herb, with leaves somewhat like Saxifraga granulata.

 

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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