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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vegetus,-a,-um (part.A): fresh, vigorous; lively, active, brisk [> L. vegeo,-ere: to move, excite, quicken, arouse]; opp. marcidus, q.v.; opp. dormiens,-entis (part.B), to be dormant; see ‘fresh.’
vegetus,-a,-um (part.A): fresh, vigorous; lively, active, brisk [> L. vegeo,-ere: to move, excite, quicken, arouse]; opp. marcidus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; opp. dormiens,-entis (part.B), to be dormant; see ‘fresh;’

- in statu vegeto fulva, concavo-planiuscula, sed non ita, ut praecedens, applanata discoidea, in the fresh state fulvous, concave-somewhat flat, but not thus, as the preceding, flattened, discoid.
vegetus,-a,-um (part.A): fresh, vigorous; lively, active, brisk [> L. vegeo,-ere: to move, excite, quicken, arouse]; opp. marcidus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; opp. dormiens,-entis (part.B), to be dormant; see ‘fresh;’

- in statu vegeto fulva, concavo-planiuscula, sed non ita, ut praecedens, applanata discoidea, in the fresh state fulvous, concave-somewhat flat, but not thus, as the preceding, flattened, discoid.

- (fungi) perennis: vere inprimis vegeta (S&A), perennial: particularly active in the spring.
vegetus,-a,-um (part.A), compar. vetetior,-ius (adj.B), superl. vegetissimus,-a,-um (adj.A): fresh, vigorous; lively, active, brisk; robust; implying fully developed [> L. vegeo,-ere: to move, excite, quicken, arouse]; opp. marcidus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; opp. dormiens,-entis (part.B), to be dormant; see ‘fresh;’

- in statu vegeto fulva, concavo-planiuscula, sed non ita, ut praecedens, applanata discoidea, in the fresh state fulvous, concave-somewhat flat, but not thus, as the preceding, flattened, discoid.

- (fungi) perennis: vere inprimis vegeta (S&A), perennial: particularly active in the spring.

- forma typica fertilis nondum intra fines florae reperta, sed sola varietas ejus vegetior et semper sterilis observata, s. d. Plagiochila pyrennaica Spruc. (Lindberg) the typical fertile form not yet found within the boundaries of the flora, but only its more vigorous and always sterile variety has been observed s. d. Plagiochila pyrennaica Spruc.

- [fungi] color fungi adolescentis vegetique plerumque ex aurantio sordide ruber, in stipite laetior, flavus; senio ingruente olivascit, dein nigrescit. Radiculae saepe insignes (S&A), the color of the adolescent fungus and vigorous [i.e. fully developed] usually orange to a dirty red, lighter on the stipe, yellow; it becomes olive-green when attacked by an older age, then it becomes black.

- [lichen] occurrit quoque thallo diffuso, quasi areolato-diffracto, areolis rugosis, contiguis et disjunctis, facie prope Collematis nigri Ach. vegetioris : var. diffusum mihi. (Nyl.), it also occurs with a scattered thallus, as if areolate-diffracted [i.e. cracked into small areas] with the areolae wrinkled, touching and distant, near to the appearance of a more vigorous Collema niger Ach.: var. diffusum [according to me].

 

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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