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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Uber,-eris (s.n.III), abl. sg. ubere: an udder, pap, teat, breast; richness, abundance, fertility;

- fertilis ubere campus, a field fertile with richness.

uber,-eris (adj.B): rich, abounding in anything, fertile, fruitful, productive, abundant, copious; comparative: uberior, uberius; superlative: uberrimus,-a,-um (most copious).

Betula uber Asche, ‘fruitful’ (Fernald 1950).

NOTE: uber,-eris (abundant, copious, fruitful), cf. vetus,-eris, adj. 'old;'
           singular         plural 
          m.f.   n.        m.f.   n.        
  Nom.      uber         uberes ubera  > 
  Gen.      uberis       uberium       
  Dat.      uberi        uberibus 
  Acc.  uberem  uber    uberes  ubera 
  Abl.      uberi       uberibus
- [fungi] Totum denique librum annotatiunculis qualibuscunque e naturae vivae observatione oriundis atque ad uberiorem fungorum notitiam pertinentibus conspergere sategimus (S&A), finaly we have contented ourselves to sprinkle the entire book with brief remarks, and whatsoever things proceed from the observation of live [i.e. actual] nature and also whatever things pertain to a richer knowledge of the fungi.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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