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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
undique (adv.): in every part, from all parts, on all sides, from every direction; (from) everywhere; in every way, in and out, thoroughly; cf. passim (adv.);

- stigmatibus 2 filiformibus undique papillosis, with stigmas 2 filiform on all sides papillose.

- at in ramos ramulosque teneriores numerosos, vage pulverem undique (quo difflato luculenter oculos subeunt) perreptantes, and into numerous thin branches and branchlets far and wide on all sides creeping through the dust.

- semina cochleato-reniformia v. spiralia, pilis longis cincta v. undique longe lanata (B&H) seeds coiled-reniform or spiralled, girdled with long hairs or in every part wooly. [Cochlospermum].

- mericarpiis undique copia setularum ciliatarum dense tomentoso-hispidis. (F. Mueller), with the mericarps all over densely tomentose-hispidous with an abundance of ciliate small bristles.

- frons cartilaginea, filiformis, continua, subramosa, undique ramentis carnosis filiformibus simplicibus ramosisve obsessa, the frond cartilagineous, thread-like, continuous [i.e. uninterrupted], somewhat branched, in every part beset with fleshy, thread-like, simple or branched ramenta.

 

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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