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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Titulus,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. titulo: the title of a book; an alleged cause or reason, a pretext; repute, renown, fame; a title of honor, glory; an inscription, label, notice (Lewis & Short);

- cum vero ingens numerus specierum a RAIO, MORISONO, MERRETO, TOURNEFORTIO aliisque antea iam sub communi quodam titulo, e. g. Filicis, Musci, Fungi, iam tum consignatarum (Hedw.), in fact a huge number of species, already established before by Ray, Morisonus, Merretus, Tournefort and others under a particular common label, for example Filicis, Musci, Fungi [e.s.p.], were discovered to be daily more and more increased.

- Imprimatur: Liber, cui Titulus, Historia Muscorum &c. GUALT. HODGES, Vice-Canc. OXON. Decemb. 14. 1741. (Dill.), let it be printed [i.e. give license to print or publish]: a book, the title of which, Historia Muscorum &c.,[Gualtiero] Hodges, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford [Oxoniae, gen.sg.] December 14, 1741.

NOTE: Walter Dodges D.D., died 1757, administrator, University of Oxford, vice chancellor of the University 1741-1744 (Wikipedia March 2019): Gualt. is perhaps short for the Italian of the name ‘Walter:’ “Gualtiero” (Google March 2019).

 

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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