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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vage (adv.): here and there, far and wide, dispersedly; vaguely, uncertainly; ramblingly, wanderingly, unfixedly, unsettledly; irregularly, inconstantly, doubtfully, vaguely, indefinitely; see vagus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- regiones temperatas vage habitat; temperate regions far and wide it inhabits.

- frons plana integra vage laciniata aut subregulariter dichotoma, frond flat, entire, here and there laciniate or nearly regularly dichotomous.

- caulis vage pluriramosus, ramis remotis longiusculis divergentibus (Steph.), the stem here and there many-branched, with the branches remote, rather long, diverging.

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

 

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