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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subter (adv., i.e. no object): below, beneath, underneath, in a lower place; opp. insuper (adv.): above, on top, from above;

- petalis insuper lavandulaceis subter albis, with petals lavander above, white below.

- nerviis utrinque 10-- 12, subter hirtis, with nerves on both sides 10-12, underneath hairy.

- foliis subter tomentosis, with the leaves tomentose underneath.

- setis subter capsulis glabris, with the setae below the capsules glabrous.

subter (prep. with acc. and abl.): below, beneath, underneath, under; syn. sub (prep. + abl.); opp. insuper (prep. + acc, & abl.): over, above; see subtus;

- insuper subterque terram crescit, it grows above and below the soil.

- nervo medio subter apicem attingenti, with the middle nerve reaching to below the apex.

 

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