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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
unusquique (m.) unaquaeque (f.), unumquodque (n.) = adjective each single one, each one singly, every single one, each (of a number of objects, in contrast to uterque which refers to each one of a pair); see quisque, quaeque, quidque (and adj. quodque) (indefinite pronoun): each, each one, each person;

- dentes triangulares, nervo ex uniuscujusque apice decurrente, teeth triangular, with the nerve from the apex of each single one decurrent (Stearn)

- in unaquaque valva, in each valve.

- 'est unusquisque faber ipsae suae fortunae,' every man is the creator of his own destiny.

- semina gemina in unoquoque loculamento (Swartz), the seeds paired in each locule.

- ponite ante oculos unumquemque regum, set before your eyes each of the kings.

- spatha monophylla unicuique flori, vaginans, lanceolata, glabra, cinerea; florem includens (Swartz), spathe monophyllous [i.e. with one leaf] for each one of the flowers, sheathing, lanceolate, glabrous, ash-colored, enclosing the flower. NOTE: this word, as (pro)noun or adjective preceeds the regular noun: unusquique pileus, each single pileus.

NOTE: this is a compound word composed of unus, una, unum and quis-que (qui-que), quae-que and quid-que (quod-que). Note that both parts of the compound are declined [the -que is an enclitic]:
                        singular                       
             m.             f.               n.       
Nom.     unusquisque   unaquaeque        unumquidque    (indefinite pronoun)  
          unusquique   unaquaeque        unumquodque (indefinite adjective)   
Gen.                   uniuscuiusque                       
Dat.                   unicuique                          
Acc.      unumquemque  unamquamque       unumquidque      
Abl.        unoquoque  unaquaque         unoquoque  

                         plural  

m. f. n. Nom. uniquique unaequaeque unaquaeque Gen. unorumquorumque unarumquarumque unorumquorumque Dat. unisquibusque Acc. unosquosque unasquasque unaquaeque Abl. unisquibusque
NOTE: for all practical purposes, quis- and qui- in the masculine singular, and quid- and quod- in the neuter singular may be used as adjectives with the noun modified: unusquisque pileus = unusquique pileus, each single pileus, each and every single pileus.

 

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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