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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
taken, seized; obtained, gotten; afflicted, overcome: captus,-a,-um (part.A); hospite hyphis capto, with the host captured by the hyphae. species Americae septentrionalis peste captae, North American species afflicted by a pestilence.
taken away: all with acc. and de + abl. or ex + abl., also with abl.: ademptus,-a,-um (part.A), ‘removed by physical force, taken away; deprived of;’ demptus,-a,-um (part.A). + abl. of means, the thing removed is in the acc.; detractus,-a,-um (part.A): taken away, removed, withdrawn; excerptus,-a,-um (part.A), ‘picked out, selected, chosen; removed, taken away;’ extractus,-a,-um (part.A), ‘pulled out, extracted; drawn off (sap. blood, pus); carried away; extracted (by physical or chemical process);’ opp. additus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v., ‘added, additional;’

- folia nulla hyphis pestilentibus detracta, no leaves taken away by disease-bringing hyphae.

- capsula aetate adempta, capsule with (by) time, taken away.

- foliis primo pilosis aetate pilis ademptis, with leaves at first pilose by age with the hairs taken away.

- semen ab capsula eius ademptum, the seed taken away from its capsule.

- haec species de genere primo dempta, this species was taken away from its first genus.

- testis atqua ossis de cibo pisculento excerptis, with the shells and bones (selectively) removed from seafood.

- semina pomis excerpta, the seeds having been picked out from the fruits.

- species bonae de malae excerptae, the good species taken out from the bad ones.
taken up, received, assimilated: assumptus,-a,-um (part.A), ‘made one’s own, taken possession of; adopted, taken on or up; acquired;’

- extractum malti in textura assumptum, an extract of malt assimilated into the tissue.
taken for, interpreted as: see sumptus,-a,-um (part.A) + pro + abl.

- corpus teres, breve, testa vaginatum et intra cotyledones inclusum, a Thwaitesio aliisque descriptum et pro embryone sumptum, nobis potius radicula cum cotyledonum basibus continua videtur, the round, short body [sheathed with the testa] included within the cotyledones, by Thwaite and others described and taken for an embryo.

 

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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