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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vere (adv.): actually, genuinely, really, in fact, properly, rightly, exactly, according to truth, truly [> L. verus,-a,-um (adj.A), true]; cf. vero (adv.) 'certainly, assuredly, in truth, in fact, exactly, surely; see truly;

- differt foliis non vere lanceolatis, it differs by the leaves not truly lanceolate.

- ordo vere naturalis, quamvis primo aspectu heterogeneus (B&H), an order truly natural, although at first sight heterogeneous.

- semina ideo semper vere parietalia, sed nunc placentae parieti contiguae nunc septi angulo interno adfixa plurima, parvula (DeCandolle), the seeds for this reason are truly parietal, but sometimes contiguous to the wall of the placenta, sometimes attached to the inner angle of the septum, very many, rather small.

- [moss] ex ista definitione Neckerae crispae nomine specificum summopere improprium, quandoquidem eius superficies nullatenus crispa est sed vere undulosa (Brid.), according to that definition of Neckera crispa the species name [i.e. the epithet ‘crispa’] is very improper [i.e. unsuitable], since in fact its surface is in no way crisped but it is really undulose [i.e. full of small undulations or waves].
vere (noun): abl. sg. of ver, gen. sg. veris (s.n.III), q.v. 'in spring,' often referring to fruiting or flowering time;

- (fungi) perennis : junior sero autumno, fertilis vere et aestate (S&A), perennial, the younger in late autumn, fertile in spring and summer.

 

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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