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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Vigor,-oris (s.m.III), abl. sg. vigore: vigor, force, energy, activity; vitality, proliferation;

- cum vigore acervuli erumpentes, acervuli breaking forth with vigor.

- primordia ejus sero jam autumno obvia: sed vigoris tempus primum ver, inter ipsam nivem deliquescentem, its primordia is found already in late autumn, but the time of vigor is the onset of the spring amid the melting snow itself.

- substantia pressa aut paullo citius tardiusve pro diverso vigoris gradu, colore pulchre sanguineo tingit, the substance pressed either a little more quickly or slowly depending on the different degree of force, stains with a beautifully blood-red color.

- [fungi] Sphaeria Tiliae. Sphaerulae magnae, extra vigoris tempus collapsae. Abunde incolit utraque Tilias, Fraxinos, forsan et alias arbores (S&A), the Sphaeria of Tilia. Sphaerules large, beyond the season of vigor, collapsed. It inhabits abundantly both Tilia and Fraxinus and perhaps other trees.

 

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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