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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ubertim (adv.): abundantly, copiously; uberius (adv.): more abundantly, more copiously; uberrime (adv.): most abundantly, most copiously; see abundantly.



ubi (adv.): in which place, where;

- locus ubi nix longe perdurat, place where snow persists a long time (a 'snow patch').

- Hab. in Nova Caesarea, ubi legit cl. Torrey, it grows (habitat) in New Jersey [U.S.A.], where collected by the famous (cl. = clarissimus) John Torrey.

ubertim (adv.): abundantly, copiously, richly; uberius (adv.): more abundantly, more copiously; uberrime (adv.): most abundantly, most copiously; see abundantly.

- caulis sive rhizoma fastigiato-ramosum, residuis stipularum uberrime squamatum (F. Mueller), the stem or rhizome fastigiate-branched, with the residue of the stipules richly scaled.

 

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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