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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
verum (adv.): but, but yet, even so, nevertheless, still; doubtless, truly, in fact; (in a transition) but, yet, still; synonym of sed, q.v.;

(strengthened by enim), vero, enimvero, enim verum: but indeed, but truly.

verum tantum: but, yet, notwithstanding, still.

- margines non modo serratae verum etiam undulatae, the margins are not only serrate but they are also undulate. not only ... but also: non solum ... sed etiam; non modo ... verum etiam;

- pinnis non solum brevioribus sed etiam latioribus, with the pinnae not only shorter but also wider.

- [fungus] non Salices modo (Capream et albam) obvestit, verum Betulam quoque et Carpinum (S&A), it covers over not only Willows (Caprea and alba), but also Betula and Carpinus.
Verum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. vero: the truth, fact, reality, “whatever is true or real” (Lewis & Short); genuine; opp. falsum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. falso, a falsehood, fraud;

- in vero (adv. phrase), in truth, for a fact, actually.

- in vero esse, to be true.

- verum dicere, to speak the truth.

- minor est tua gloria vero, your glory is less than the truth.

- de vera (adv. phrase), in fact, truly, in accordance with the facts.

- verum praestantiae hujus coloris officit, quod aëris vicissitudines & solem non bene ferat, quod Theophrastus jam observavit, Plinius vero perperam scripsît, elui non posse (Dill.), nevertheless, reality interferes with excellence of this color, because it may not well endure the vicissitudes of the air and sun, which Theophrastus already observed, Pliny certainly incorrectly wrote that it was not possible to be rinsed off.

 

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