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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
swiftly, promptly: celeranter (adv.), celeratim (adv.), celere (adv.), celeriter (adv.), ‘with speed, quickly, swiftly;’ cito (adv.), ‘quickly, speedily, soon;’ confestim (adv.), ‘immediately, speedily, without delay;’ expedite (adv.): readily, promptly, quickly because without an impediment or difficulty; mox (adv.), ‘soon, presently;’ prompte (adv.) quickly, without delay, readily, promptly, willingly, easily; parumper (adv.), q.v.; rapide (adv.), ‘hastily, swiftly;’ velociter (adv.), ‘swiftly, quickly, speedily;’ perniciter (adv.) nimbly, quickly, swiftly; opp. tarde (adv.), lente (adv.), cunctanter (adv.), ‘slowly;’ cf. suddenly; see immediately;

- hinc germinantes cito in formam sphaericam abeuntes, from here germinating, quickly changing into a spherical form.

- embryo exalbuminosus mox germinans (B&H), embryo exalbuminous, soon germinating.

- operculum prompte caducum, the operculum promptly falling off.

- calyx postquam patens tum cito marchescens, calyx after spreading, then quickly withering.

- carno pilei alba, cum contusa vel incisa celerrime aurantio-rufescens vel nigrescens, flesh of the pileus white, when bruised or cut very quickly turning orange-red or black.

- in aquis rapide fluentibus, in rapidly flowing water.

- cellula quasi confestim mobili facta, cell almost immediately made motile (Stearn 1983).
swiftly, quickly, speedily: celeratim (adv.), celeriter (adv.), festinanter (adv.), festinato (adv.), festine (adv.); rapide (adv.), ‘hastily, swiftly;’ velociter (adv.); celere (adv.), swiftly, compar. celerius (adv.), superl. celerrime (adv.);

- cultura in PDA celerrime crescens, culture in PDA very quickly growing.

somewhat more swiftly: celeriuscule (adv.).

 

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