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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
tandem (adv.): (in order of succession) ultimately, at last, finally, in the end; as the end of a series; similar to denique (adv.) and postremo (adv.);

- primum ... deinde ... tum ... postremo (denique, tandem), first ... next ... then ... lastly (finally),

- e primordiis ... dein ... tandem, from the first beginnings... then ... finally;

- pustulae e primordiis planis dein ebullientes apice tandem rupto subteretes cernuntur, the pustules from the first beginnings flat, then forming blisters, finally nearly rounded-cylindric falling headfirst from the ruptured apex.

- petala sub anthesi 4 mm. tandem 6 mm. longa, petals at flowering time 5 mm. ultimately 8 mm. long

- basibus vaginarum tandem deciduarum cupelliformibus, with the bases of the sheathes [that are] at length deciduous, small-cask shaped.

- bulborum tunicae tandem in fibras paralleas apicem versus vel in totum solutae, of the bulbs the tunics at length into fibers parallel towards the tip or entirely breaking up (Stearn).

- Lycopodia quorum fructificationes in axillis squamarum sunt, tandemque Marchantia, the Lycopodia whose fructifications are in the axils of scales, and finally Marchantia (Brid.).

- musci horizontaliter crescentes, lateraliter vel tandem perpenticulariter, mosses horizontally growing, laterally or finally perpendiculatly.

- [Epichysium argenteum; fungus] nitore tandem amisso totus fungillus subfuscescit: bis inventus in stercoratis, sparsim crescens, merdae vetustae putri (suillae, ut videbatur) immersus (S&A), when the glossiness has finally been lost the entire fungillus grows almost brownish-black: discovered twice in manured [i.e. places, e.g. fields] sparsely growing, immersed in old rotten dung (of pigs, it seemed).

 

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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