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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
v.c.: vidi cultam, “I have seen it cultivated” (Stearn); custus = also (without reference to economics) to abide, dwell, stay in a place, to inhabit, to live in [such as a town or district; see vidi;

- crescit in herbarum caulibus firmioribus variis: v. c. Lilii bulbiferi (maculis atris), Delphinii Ajacis , Selini palustris (maculis piceis) etc. (S&A), it grows on the various firmer stems of herbs, e.g. v.c. [vidi cultam] on Lilium bulbiferum (with (dull) black spots), on Delphinium Ajacis, on Silinus palustris (with pitch-black spots, etc.

- ad ligna sicca carie exesa passim (v. c. Ullersdorf; Eulenwald; etc.) frequens occurrit (S&A), it occurs everywhere on dried wood eaten by rot (I have seen it dwell in Ullersdorf, the Eulenwald, etc.).

- [fungi] frequens ad ligna corticesque putrescentes dejectos udos Pinorum , rarior paulloque major in Alno (v. c. Haide; Monplaisir; Eulenuald) (S&A), common wet rotting, fallen woods and barks of Pines, more rare and somewhat larger on Alnus ([I have seen it inhabit] Haide; Monplaisir; Eulenwald).

- [fungus] erumpit haec species ex epidermide ramorum Fagi (v. c. Eulenwald) et Carpini (v. c. Anstaltsgarten) (S&A), this species erupts from the epidermis of branches of Fagus (I have seen it live in the Eulenwald) and of Carpinus (in Anstaltsgarten).
V.C., VC.: vir clarissimus, a man most illustrious; also ‘the Honorable;’ see clarus,-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.
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