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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
surgens,-entis (part.B): arising, rising up [> L. surgo (surrigo- (subrigo-), surrexi (subrexi), surrectum (subrectum) 3., to raise, erect, elevate, to lift or raise up; to rise or stand up, to ascend]; syn. ascendens,-entis (part.B), rising in growth, springing or growing up; also exsurgens,-entis (part.B), rising up, rising; insurgens,-entis (part.B): rising up, rising up to one’s full height; resurgens,-entis (part.B), rising up again, reappearing, resurrecting; cf. ascending;

- frondes a radice surgentes saepe simplicissimae, fronds rising up from a root often very simple (without branches).

- sicca ceterum species, filamentosa, ramosa vel simpliciuscula: primo repens, dein assurgens, an otherwise dry species, filamentous, branched or rather unbranched, at first creeping, finally ascending.

- setis ab apice gametophyti assurgentibus, with the setae rising upwards from the apex of the gametophyte.

- brevis aevi fungus post imbres vernales, rarius aestivales, laete exsurgens paucos durat dies, a fungus of short lifespan after vernal showers, more rarely summer ones, happily rising up it lasts a few days.

- fungus nobis vernalis, loco hactenus unico in ruderatis graminosis umbrosis quotannis resurgens, a fungus by us of the springtime, until now in one place reappearing yearly in grassy shady rubbish-heaps.

- placidioribus locis septem pedibus summitas vitis insurgit, the summit of the vine rises up up to seven feet in the more peaceful 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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