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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
too (adv.), also;

1. in addition, besides, also:

a. etiam (adv.)

- not only .but also: non solum ... sed etiam; non modo ... verum etiam;

- pinnis non solum brevioribus sed etiam latioribus, with the pinnae not only shorter but wider, too [i.e. also wider].

- ad terram Carolinae Inferioris etiam in Res publica Tennessee, on the soil of lower (South) Carolina and also in the State of Tennessee.

b. quoque (adv.): placed after the word which it emphasizes, ‘also, too;’ et quoque, ‘and also;’

- eae quoque in hyphis axialibus effectae, these also produced in axial hyphae.

- non capsulae solum, sed folia quoque, not only the capsules but also the leaves.

c. praeterea (adv.) ‘praeterea (adv.): too, also, moreover, besides, further;

- praeterea ab ea distat apotheciis minoribus, also, it stands apart from this by the smaller apothecia.

- pileus bellus, vivide coloratus, siccus praeterea odore blando, pileus beautiful, vividly colored, dry also with a pleasant odor.
too (adv.): in combination with English positive adjectives and adverbs in order to point out the excess of their quality;

a. too, too much, excessively, exceedingly: nimie (adv.), nimio (adv.), nimium (adv.), nimis (adv.) + Latin adj. or adv.:

- pileus nimium contusus pro descriptione, the pileus too bruised for description.

- thorace hyphis nimie obtecto, with the thorax with hyphae exceedingly covered.

b. nimie (adv.), nimio (adv.) etc., with the a preceding negative ‘non’: not too much, not very much, not very;

- pileo non nimis colorato, with the pileus not very much colored.

 

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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