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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vid.: abbrev. for 3d pers. pres. pass. indic. [sg.] videtur 'he, she, it seems' [pl.] videntur 'they seem, they appear;'

- Pet. 3 in tubum conniventia. Filam. 6, petalis arcte adplicita unde vid. epipetala (DeCandolle), petals (petala) 3, fused into a tube. Filaments [filamenta], 6, closely placed upon the petals for which reason they appear epipetalous.
vid.: abbrev. for ‘vide,’ = second-person singular present active imperative of videō; ‘see!’;

NOTE: see ‘v.’: = vide, a command: 'see;'

- icon huius floris vid. Tab. V fig. II (Swartz), [for] an illustration of this flower see Table [i.e. plate] 5, figure II.

- Item synonymon Jaqu. am. 1. tab.i. quod alius est speciei. Vid. Costum spicatam (Swartz), likewise a synonym of Jaqu. am. 1. tab. i. which is of another species. See Costus spicatus.

- Item Brownei, quod est Alpiniae occidentalis. Vid. Sw. prodr. p. 11 (Swartz), likewise [a synonym] of Browne’s, which is of Alpinia occidentalis. See [Swartz] prodr[omus] p[age] 11.

- Vid. Myginda Rhacoma. Prodr. p.39 (Swartz), see Myginda rhacoma. Prodromus page 39.

- Vid. supra (Swartz), see above [i.e. in the preceding text].

- vid. supr. Obs. in Oenothera (Swartz), see above, the observation [i.e. remark] in Oenothera.

- Vid. seq. (Swartz), see the following [sequentem].

NOTE: English vide, “see; i.e. ‘consult’ (used as an instruction in a text to refer the reader to a specified passage, book, author, etc., for fuller or further information).” (Wiktionary Oct 2017).

 

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