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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
suspendens,-entis (part.B): suspending, hanging up, supporting, propping up (a transitive verb) [> L. suspendo,-pendi,-pensum, 3. to hang, suspend, to hang up; to support, prop up; resting upon, dependent upon, suspending ‘from’ + de, ab, ex + abl., + abl. alone];

- antheris in filamentis tenuibus suspendentibus, ultro citroque motis, with anthers suspended on slender filaments, moved to and fro.

- semina oblonga, umbilico lato, matura e funiculo filiformi suspendentia, seeds oblong, with a wide umbilicus, mature ones dangling from a filiform funiculus.

- drupa carnosa, ovata, putamine osseo, loculo e processu suspendente (B&H), drupe fleshy, ovate, with the stone bony, with the locule hanging from a process.

 

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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