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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ullatenus (adv.) [ullus-tenus] in any respect whatever; not in the least way; not in any way;

- sapor prorsus mitis, nec ullatenus amaricans (S&A), the taste strictly mild, not in any respect whatever being bitter.

- tota disci pagina inferiore folio insidet, nec ullatenus in fuscum vergit: forma planissima, the entire side of the disc sits on the lower leaf, not in the least does it approach into a blackish-brown: the flatest form. ullus, ulla, ullum (irregular adj.A): any, anyone, anything;
        singular                                plural  
      m.     f.    n.                    m.      f.     n. 
Nom. ullus  ulla  ullum                 ulli    ullae  ulla 
Gen.     ullius                         ullorum ullarum ullorum 
Acc. ullum ullam ullum                  ullos  ullas  ulla 
Dat.     ulli                                   ullis 
Abl. ullo  ulla  ullo                           ullis
- sine ulla dubitatione, without any doubt (ulla = abl. sg.).

- species notis variis non ulli alii ordini accedens, species not by various characters resembling any other order (ulli = dat. sg.).

- planta, ut Jung. minutissima descripta et delineata, sine dubio ullo est J. inconspicua, secundum specimen ipsum originale Sowerbyi asservatum, (Lindberg), the plant, described and drawn as Jungermannia minutissima, without any doubt, is J. inconspicua, following the original preserved specimen of Sowerby itself.

- [fungi] sphaerulae parvae, fragiliuscula, vetustiorum paucae dimidiatae: ostiolum vix ullum, ni passim rudimentum eius aliquod videre tibi videaris (S&A), the sphaerules are small, somewhat more fragile, a few of the older ones halved: there is scarcely any ostiole, except that here and there you may think to yourself to see some vestige of it.

NOTE: these are irregular A adjectives because the genitive sg. ends in -ius and the dative sg. in -i. Nullus, nulla, nullum, q.v. (irregular A adjective): no, none, not any.

NOTE: not to be confused with the Latin noun suffix -ulus,-i (s.m.II), -ula,-ae (s.f.I), -ulum,-i (s.n.II); or the Latin adj. suffix -ulus,-a, -um (adj.A).

 

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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