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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
typicalis,-e (adj.B): typical; “in classification referring to the originally described or the ordinary variation” (Fernald 1950); representative of a thing, a resemblance (Lewis & Short).
typicalis,-e (adj.B): typical, having the nature of a type, representing something by a form, model or resemblance; showing the essential characteristics of a group sharing the nature of a type; conforming to a type; syn. regular (WIII); syn. regularis,-e (adj.B); ordinatus,-a,-um (adj.A) 'regular, according to a rule or order'; ordinarius,-a,-um (adj.A) q.v., 'ordinary, usual, customary, regular;' normalis,-e (adj.B), q.v., conforming to a standard (a norm); see usual; opp. atypicus,-a,-um (adj.A): not typical, abnormal, cf. aberrans, abnormal, anomalous.

 

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