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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
talis,-e (adj.B): such, of such a kind (as stated or implied in the context) as a correlative, followed by qualis, ut, atque, etc.; see qualis,-e (adj.B);

1. talis alone without a correlative;

- seminibus talibus ad Poaceas pertinentibus, with such seeds belonging to the Poaceae.

- rarius in Europa obvium est. Occurrit quoque (talis typus in hb. Acharii) thallo leproso; tunc transit in varietatem praecedentem (Nyl.), more rarely it is encounted in Europe. It also occurs (of such a kind as the type in Acharius’ herbarium) with a scurfy thallus; and also it passes into the preceding variety.

- flori talis naturae exsistere dicti, qualis descripta, with a flower of such a nature as said to exist, as described.

- nuces in tali tempore induratae, the nuts at such a time indurate.

- [lichen] [Calicium] occurrit quoque diminutum (tale ad alnos in Lapponia) (Nyl.), it also occurs reduced (such as on Alnus in Lappland).

2. as a correlative, followed by qualis, ut, atque, etc.

i. talis .... qualis ..., such a kind ... as [note, both words are adjectives and declined to modify their nouns: talia folia ... qualia, such leaves ... as ...]

ii. ut, atque, ita, itidem, quasi etc. as adverbs are not declined.

- talia restat, it withstands such things.

- semina talia ut ad Asteraceas pertinentia, such seeds as belong to Asteraceae.

- flores tales in India occidentali quales in Anglia occurrunt, the flowers are of such a kind in western India as occur in England.

- natura talis lamellarum qualis in praecendente, the nature of the lamellae is of such a nature as in the preceding.

- talis forma stipitis qualis in praecedente, the shape of the stipe is of such a nature as in the preceding.

- plantae in tali loco crescentes, plants growing in such a place.

- in tali tempore, at such a time.

- nuces in tali tempore totidem delapsae, induratae, the nuts at such time as fallen down, indurate.

- tales sporae quales minores abortivae, such spores as are smaller abortive.

- haustoria nulla praeter in tali textura quali in stipiti, haustoria none except in such a tissue as in the stipe.

- pestes tales mortifera quales species omnes exstirpare, diseases so lethal as to extirpate the whole species.

- descriptio talis falsa qualis invalida est, a description to wrong as to be invalid.

- folia tali colore ut congeneri eorum, leaves with such a color as their congeners [nom. pl.] [have]

- qualis rex, talis grex, “as is the king, so will be the people”

- qualis pater talis filius, as is the father, so is the son.

- qualia semina talia ad Poaceae pertinentia, what sort of seeds as belong to the Poaceae.

- natura talis quasi ..., such a nature as ...

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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