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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Way: see modus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. modo; road, path.

way: both (of two) ways, in either point of view, in both directions: utroque (adv.);

- capsulae utroque dehiscentes, nunc irregulariter nunc per zonas tenuitatis, capsules dehiscing in both ways, sometimes irregularly, sometimes through zones of thinness.

all the way: ad finem;

- vitta ab basi ad finem prope apicem producta, with a band from the base all the way to near the apex extended.

- ab basi ad finem apicis, from the base all the way to the end of the apex.

by way of: per (prep. + acc.), q.v.

in any way: ex ulla parte;

- reproductione ex ulla parte efficienti, with reproduction in any way achieved.

in different (various) ways or manners: diversimodus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- habitus (s.m.IV) diversimodus (adj.A): manner of growth in diverse ways.

- regeneratione diversimoda, with reproduction in various ways.

in different or many ways; multifarie (adv.);

- planta multifarie regenerans, plant reproducing in many ways.

- reproductione multifarie efficienti, with reproduction in various ways achieved.

in every way, entirely, wholly: omnimodis (adv.); see completely;

- fructificatione omnimodis efficienti, with fructification entirely achieved

in no way, by no means; on no account: nullimodo (adv.), nequaquam (adv.).

nullo modo (adv. phrase), 'by no means, in no way,' numquam, 'at no time, never,' haud, 'not at all, by no means,' are more emphatic;

- the genus naturalissimum nequaquam, nostro sensu, in genera plura divellendum, the genus, in no way the most natural, in our mind, should be separated into many genera.

in the same way: eodem modo;

- fungi folia specierum Rosacearum eodem modo inficientes, fungi infecting leaves of Rosaceous species in the same way.

in this way, by this means: ad hunc modum, hoc modo;

- species ad hunc modum distributae, the species distributed in this way.

in various ways, variously: variatim (adv.), varie (adv.).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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