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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
tribuens,-entis (part.B), bestowing, giving, granting, rendering [> L. tribuo,-ui,-utum, 3, to assign, bestow, give; syn. do, dono, largior; to grant, give, show, render; to concede, to attribute, to make much of; to ascribe or attribute to];

tribui, 1st. pers.sg. perfect, active, indic: I have granted, bestowed.

tribuit:

third-person singular present active indicative [he/she] it attributed.

third-person singular perfect active indicative [he/she] it has attributed.

tribuendus,-a,-um (adj.A; gerundive) erit: [he/she] it will have to be;

- [fungus] color modo cinereus, modo argillaceus; sed sordide rubiginosum, quem icon Persooniana (Icones pictae Tab. III. f. 1. 2. 3.) in nostro certe exemplari ostendit, numquam in hac specie observavimus: de quo cum in descriptionibus autoris mentio nuspiam fiat, mero forsan pictoris errori tribuendus erit (S&A), the color is sometimes ash-gray, sometimes clay-colored, [i.e. yellowish-brown]; but the dirty rusty-red, which the Personian illustration (Icones pictae, plate III figures 1.2.3.) shows, certainly in our COPY, we have never observed in this species: about which, when a mention may be nowhere in the descriptions of the author, perhaps it will have to be attributed to nothing short of [i.e. purely] the error of the painter [i.e. artist].

- [Dendrobium mortii] speciem imperfecte cognitam, foliis autem valde distinctam et systematice D. Milligani approximandam tribuí clariss. Mort, horticulturae in Nova Austro-Cambria praestanti fautori (F. Mueller), a species imperfectly known, however, strongly differentiated by the leaves and systematically to be close to D. Milligani I bestow on the eminent Mort, distinguished patron of horticulture in Nova Austro-Cambria [Nova Cambria Australis, New South Wales, Australia]

 

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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