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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
superne (adv.): from above, above, upwards, on the upper side; opp. inferne (adv.): below, beneath, in lower part, on the lower side; see upwards;

- folium obovatum inferne glaber superne papillosum, leaf obovate, below smooth, above papillose.

- frondes elongatae superne laciniatae inferne integrae, fronds elongate above laciniate below entire.

- fronde superne in lacinias ambitu subdefinitas expansa basi attenuatas, with the frond above expanded into laciniae somewhat definite in outline, at the base attenuate.

- cirrhi inferne rarius superne volubiles, the tendrils downwardly more rarely upwardly spiraling.

- herbae superne crescentes, herbs growing upwards.

- stylus supra ovarium abrupte inflexus inferne glaber superne longitudinaliter barbatus, intra rostrum carinae incrassatus et cum eo tortus, style above the ovary abruptly bent inwards below glabrous above longitudinally bearded, within the beak of the keel thickened and together with this twisted (Stearn).

- lobi 3, unguiculati, superne dilatati conniventesque, supra dilatationem nudi v. in acumina crasse subulata producti (B&H), lobes 3, clawed, dilated above and connivent, above the dilation naked or drawn out into thickly subulate acumina.

- pedunculus tennis, superne paniculatus, peduncle thin, paniculate above.

superne (adv.): from above, above, upwards, upwardly, on the upper side; opp. inferne (adv.), below, beneath, in lower part, on the lower side;

- herbae superne crescentes, herbs growing upwards.

- cirrhi superne volubiles, the tendrils upwardly spiraling.

- folium obovatum inferne glaber superne papillosum, leaf obovate, below smooth, above papillose.

- frondes elongatae superne laciniatae inferne integrae, fronds elongate above laciniate below entire.

- fronde superne in lacinias ambitu subdefinitas expansa basi attenuatas, with the frond above expanded into laciniae somewhat definite in outline, at the base attenuate.

- cirrhi inferne rarius superne volubiles, the tendrils downwardly more rarely upwardly spiraling.

- herbae superne crescentes, herbs growing upwards.

- stylus supra ovarium abrupte inflexus inferne glaber superne longitudinaliter barbatus, intra rostrum carinae incrassatus et cum eo tortus, style above the ovary abruptly bent inwards below glabrous above longitudinally bearded, within the beak of the keel thickened and together with this twisted (Stearn).

- lobi 3, unguiculati, superne dilatati conniventesque, supra dilatationem nudi v. in acumina crasse subulata producti (B&H), lobes 3, clawed, dilated above and connivent, above the dilation naked or drawn out into thickly subulate acumina.

- pedunculus tennis, superne paniculatus, peduncle thin, paniculate above.

 

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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