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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Totum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. toto: the whole, all, the entirety; in toto, on the whole; opp. pars, gen. sg. partis (s.f.III) 'part,' opp. dimidium,-ii (s.n.II), 'half;'

- [moss] per totum alpium tractum Europae centralis, Scotiae et Scandinaviae, nusquam tamen copiose, et praecipue in stercore animali (C. Mueller), throughout the whole of the alps region of central Europe, of Scotland and Scandinavia, yet nowhere abundantly, and primarily on animal dung.

- totum foliorum in comam dispositum, all of the leaves arranged in a coma.

- bracteae partis inflorescentiae fertilis glandulosae, dimidii inferioris sterilis glabrae, toti breve cuspidatae, bracts of the fertile part of the inflorescence glandulose, of the lower sterile half spotted, of the whole shortly cuspidate.

- in toto visus,-a,-um (part.A), 'seen in the entirety' 'seen en masse';

- sporae in toto visae purpureae, spores seen en masse purple.

- per totum orbis antiqui hemisphaerium boreale, throughout the whole of the northern hemisphere of the Old World.

- toto caelo (coelo), by the whole of heaven, ‘exceedingly;’

- B. unguiculatam ex habitu aemulat, sed teneritate, exiguitate foliisque planiusculis mollissimis toto coelo differt, it resembles B. unguiculata in its habit, but it differs exceedingly by its delicacy, its minuteness and by the leaves rather flat, very soft.

- in toto: totally; entirely; completely.

 

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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