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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
triplo (adv.) [tri- + plo]: treble, triple, threefold, three times [> L. triplus,-a, -um (adj.A), thrice, triple];(formed on analogy with duplo (adv.) ‘doubly, twofold’); 3-plo (adv.); see -plo (adv.);

- stylus parte conjuncta parte libera triplo breviore, style with the connected part three times shorter than the free part.

- lobis quam centrum triplo brevioribus, with the lobes three times shorter than the center.

- costa fronde subtriplo angustior, the costa almost three times narrower than the frond (Steph.).

- stratum anticum fere 3-plo minor quam costa, antical layer almost three times less than the costa (Steph.).

- stratum aeriferum humillimum, costae triplo humilius, canalibus angustis, aeriferous layer very low, three times lower than the costa, with narrow canals (Steph.).
triplo-: see tripl-, triplo-: in Gk. comp.

 

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