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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vix (adv.): scarcely, hardly, with difficulty, barely; see scarcely; cf. tantum; scarcely, hardly, barely: vix (adv.), q.v., aegre (adv.) (q.v.): vix is generally used; aegre means 'reluctantly, with difficulty' (Stearn);

- sepalis vix umquam formantibus, with sepals scarcely ever forming.

- vix aut haud, scarcely if at all.

- lobis calycis carinatis vix vel haud imbricatis, with the lobes of the calyx carinate scarcely or not at all imbricate.

- cellulis vix manifestis, with the cells scarcely obvious.

- vix ultra 15 cm, scarcely above 15 cm.

- non vel vix petiolata, not or scarcely petiolate.

- vix 6 species distinguere possumus, we are able to distinguish barely 6 species.

- papillis fructiferis minutis, oculo nudo vix conspicuis (Braun), with the fructiferous papillae minute, scarcely conspicuous to the naked eye.

- pétala interiora conniventia, basi vix angustata (B&H), inner petals connivent [i.e. converging], scarcely narrow at the base.

- [fungi] cupula in aliis paene laevis, vix ac ne vix quidem byssiseda (S&A), the cupula in others almost smooth, scarcely and also not even scarcely byssisede [i.e. seated on a cottony subiculum].

 

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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