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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vicis: see vice (adv.).

Vicis (genitive sg., no nom. sg.) (s.f.III), abl. sg. vice: change, alternation, turn; place, stead; succession, course; state, condition, fortune; vicissitudes, ups and downs; duty, office; a time, turn;

- tribus per diem vicibus: for three times throughout the day.

- una tantum vice, sed frequens, reperta in ramis emortuis Sambuci racemosae Junio (S&A), found only one time, but frequent, on the dead branches of Sambucus racemosa, in June.

ad vicem: instead, in place of

in vicem (or invicem) in turn, reciprocally

per vices, taking turns, alternately

pro hac vice “for this particular turn;’

vice (prep) + genitive: instead of, on account of, like.

vice quadam (adv. phrase): once.

vicem (prep.) + genitive: for the sake of, in the manner of, in place of (Follett 1967).

 

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