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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
uplifted, elevated, upturned: elevatus,-a,-um (part.A), sublimis,-e (adj.B), borne up, uplifted, raised; see elevated, raised;

- pileus margine et elevata et undulata instructus, pileus provided with a margin both uplifted and undulate.



up to, as far as:

1. tenus (prep.) + abl., tenus is often placed after the word in the ablative; see tenus;

- per totum Americam septentrionalem tenus Canada boreali habitat, it grows throughout North America as far as boreal Canada.

2. ad (prep. + acc.);

- a base ad apicem, from base to apex [with 'apex' as the (upper) limit].

3. per (prep. + acc.) of numbers;

- per angulum 20* deflexus, deflexed through an angle of 20* (Stearn).

4. in (prep. + abl.) of time;

- in sex diebus, in the course of (up to) six days;

5. usque ad (+ acc.) (of space, time or other relations); see usque;

- marginibus ubique recurvis vel semel revolutis prope apicem tenus, with the margins throughout recurved or once revolute up to near the apex.

- ala dorsali a folii medio ad apicem usque continua, dorsal wing from the middle of the leaf to the apex continuous.

 

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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