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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
sylvaticus,-a,-um (adj.A), silvaticus,-a,-um (adj.A), pertaining to woods, of or belonging to woods, growing wild; see sylvestris,-e (adj.B); opp. domesticus,-a,-um (adj.A), belonging to the house, native, domesticated, not wild; see domestic;

- in paludosis sylvaticis spongiosis planitierum Germaniae septentrionalis (C. Mueller), in the forested swampy, water-soaked [places[ of the plains of northern Germany.

- Europa, in silvaticis et scaturiginibus per regionem montosam et subalpinam, in silvis spongiosis prope Gefrees (Jaeg.& Sauer.), in woody places and rushing streams throughout the mountains and subalpine region, in spongy [i.e. water-soaked] forests near Gefrees.

- ligni pinei et praesertim abiegni cupidus: quandoque sylvaticus et truncigenus; sed saepius hortensis domesticusve ad asseres, palos etc.(S&A), fond pf pine wood and especially fir: now and then [i.e. sometimes] [the wood] is native to forests [i.e. grows in the wild] and is born on trunks; but more often it is of gardens or domestic, on beams, fence-posts etc.

Nyssa sylvatica; Equisetum sylvaticum, Woods-Horsetail.

 

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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