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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
turpentine, pertaining to: terebinthinaceus,-a,-um (adj.A), therebinthinaceus,-a,-um (adj.A); terebinthinus,-a,-um; > Gk. terebinthos, “itself probably of pre-Greek origin, the name of Pistacia terebinthus and its resin” (Stearn 1996);

- folia trita odorem Pelargonii therebinthinacei spirant (DeCandolle), the leaves when bruised emit the odor of Pelargonium therebininaceum.
Turpentine: terebinthina,-ae (s.f.I) (Muldoon).

Terebinthina canadensis, Canada balsam (so-called) (Bennitt).

 

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