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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Via,-ae (s.f.I), gen. pl. viarum: road, highway, path, way, street; a journey, trip; a way, method, mode, manner, fashion (of doing anything; a course; see journey; see road; see method;

- via ferrea (adj.A), railway, 'iron road.'

- via strata (part.A), paved road or street.

- viae transversae, cross-streets, cross-roads.

- holotypus in rivulo viam transcurrenti ex Xico usque ad Xico Viejo lectus,

holotype collected in a stream crossing the road from Xico to Xico Viejo.

- via glareosa (adj.A), gravel road.

- fundamentum,-i (s.n.II) viae (gen.sg. via), roadbed.

- proximus,-a,-um viae (dat. sg. viae), roadside, wayside, area along the road, ‘nearest to the road’.

- ad viam ad cataractam Tequendama ducentem, on the way leading to the cataract Tequendama.

- incolit vias et campos sterilissimos Indiae occidentalis (Swartz), it inhabits the roads and the most sterile [i.e. infertile] fields of western India.

- via terrena (adj.A), a dirt road.

- secus vias, agrorum margines etc. locis arenosis apricis passim, nec infrequens (S&A), along roads, the margins of fields, etc. far and wide in open, sandy places, not infrequent.

- [fungi] semel gregaria lecta aliquot exempla (variarum aetatum) e stercore vaccino pronata, in via graminosa umbrosa sylvatica (S&A), once some colonial samples collected (of various life stages) prostrate from cow-dung, in a grassy, shaded sylvan path.

- [fungi] pervulgatus hic est viarum praesertim in pinetis arenosarum satelles, glebulis soli sordens, parum gratus visu (S&A), this is quite common, attendant especially in the Pine association of sandy roads, being dirty with little clumps of soil, somewhat pleasing in appearance.

method, mode; course;

- via vitae, a way of life.

- via vivendi, a way of life (i.e. of living).

- haec ad aeternam gloriam via est, this is the way to eternal [i.e. undying] glory.

- haec est una via laudis, this is the one [i.e. only] path of praise.

Viola viarum Pollard (of roads or waysides; originally found by a railroad (Fernald 1950).

Aspergillus viae-puulaauensis, Aspergillus ‘of the Puulaau Highway’ in Hawaii.

‘via’ (English), by means of: per (prep.) + acc.; see ‘through.’

 

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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