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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
unde (adv.) place from which; from whom; from where, whence; for what reason;

- frons in sicco revoluta unde nomen plantae (Steph.), the frond in a dry state revolute whence the name of the plant [=Symphyogyna circinata].

- rabies unde illaec germina surgunt, a rabies [i.e. a disease resulting in a madness] from whence those germs arise.

- LUDIA,-ae (s.f.I), frutices Mauritiani, floribus lateralibus subsessilibus, foliis saepe in iisdem individuis forma variis (1), unde nomen (DeCandolle), Mauritian shrubs with lateral flowers nearly sessile, with the leaves often on the same individuals variable in form, whence the name.

- [Trichoderma; fungi] unde totus jam fungillus obiter inspectus aviculae cujusdam excremento haud absimilis apparet (S&A), whence the entire fungillus in fact, casually inspected, appears not dissimilar to the excrement of some small bird.

- terram unde exsculpserant, fossam vocabant, the ground from which they have excavated, they call a ditch.

- Patria: Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Fjord inter 73° et 74° lat. bor. unde cespes singularis retulit Dr. Pansch.; Native land: Kaiser Franz Josefs Fyord between 73* and 74* lat. bor. [acc.sg. latitudinem borealem] from where [i.e. whence] Dr. Pansch brought back a single clump.

 

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