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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
v.v.: vidi vivam, “I have (seen) it in the living state;” see vidi;

- (v. v. sub dio in hortis angl. et nunc Genev.) (DeCandolle), vidi vivam, “I have (seen) it in the living state” in the open air in the gardens of England [Angliae] and presently of Geneva [Switzerland].

- Malva glomerata hortul. (v. v.) (Decandolle), the Malva glomerata of gardeners [hortulanorum][v.v.: vidi vivam, “I have (seen) it in the living state”].

- (v. v. in h. par. sub dio.) (DeCandolle), [v.v.= vidi vivam, “I have (seen) it in the living state;” in the [botanical] garden [h.[=horto] par. [Parisii, Paris (France)]. in the botanical garden of Paris in the open air [i.e. not in a greenhouse].

 

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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