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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
valde (adv.) strongly, very, intensely, exceedingly, decidedly, to a high degree, greatly; powerfully, vigorously; compar. Valdius (adv.), superl, valdissime [a contracted form of valide (adv.), q.v.]; see strongly, weakly; cf. moderately;

- inter species antillanas valde peculiaris, among West Indian species very extraordinary.

- folia insertione modice vel valde succuda, leaves with insertion moderately or strongly succubous.

- genus Tussilagini valde affine, a genus strongly related to Tussilago.

- venis secundariis in facie abaxiali valde prominentibus, with the secondary veins on the abaxial face strongly prominent.

- [Thalia] genus adhuc valde obscurum, Linneo non visum, ejusque character genéricus & essentialis a sola figura Plumieri concïnnatus (Swartz), a genus hitherto very obscure, not seen by Linneus, whose generic and essential character has arisen from a single drawing of Plumier’s .

 

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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