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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Well (noun): puteus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. puteo, 'a well; a pit' such as for storing grain; cf. puteale,-is (s.n.II)), abl. sg. puteale: a stone curb round the mouth of a well; a similar curb placed round any spot (Lewis & Short); see storehouse.

of or belonging to a well: putealis,-e (adj.B), puteanus,a,-um (adj. A).

Coniophora puteana, one of two fungus species generating 'cellar fungus.'

Well-water: aqua (s.f.I) putealis, aqua puteana.
well, not sick, healthy: saluber,-bra,-brum (adj.A), salutaris,-e (adj.B)

'of or belonging to well-being, healthful, wholesome,' salvus,-a,-um (adj.A),

'saved, preserved, unhurt, uninjured, well, sound;' sanus,-a,-um (adj.A):

sound, whole, healthy, physically or mentally.

well (adv.), healthily: sane (adv.).

Wellness, health, well-being: sanitas,-atis (s.f.III), abl. sg. sanitate;

sanatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl. sg. sanatione 'healing;' salus, gen. sg.

salutis (s.f.III), abl. sg salute.

- flores infectae illis inflorescentiarum sanarum conspicue similes, flowers infected to those of healthy inflorescences conspicuously similar.
well, quite: bene (adv.), q.v.; recte (adv.) 'rightly, correctly, suitably,'

rite (adv.)'well, properly, correctly;' opp. male (adv.) 'badly;

scarcely, barely, hardly,' q.v.; see completely.

well, quite: bene (adv.), q.v., ‘well, quite, thoroughly;’ recte (adv.) 'rightly, correctly, suitably,' rite (adv.)'well, properly, correctly;' opp. male (adv.) 'badly; scarcely, barely, hardly,' q.v.; see completely; see very.
well-: in Gk. comp. eu-, q.v., well, good, thoroughly, completely, truly;

- euhydrus, well-watered; eumorphus, well-formed

Well: see fons, gen. sg. fontis (s.m.III); see bath.

well-developed (adj.): effectus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v. + bene (adv.), valde (adv.) 'strongly;' see -osus,-a,-um (adj.A); the superlative of the adjective or adverb may be used: see -issimus,-a,-um (adj.A), -issime (adv.); see the Latin suffix -osus,-a,-um (adj.A); see eu-, in Gk. comp., as eubotrys (adj.B) with well-developed clusters; euchromus, well-colored; eumorphus, well-formed, well-developed;

- stratum stereidarum bene effectum, band of stereids well developed.

- species notis bene distincta, the species by the characters quite distinct.

Leskea nervosa, a moss with a well-developed costa in the leaf;
Well (of water): see fons, gen. sg. fontis (s.m.III); see bath;

- prope Mediolanum ubi fontis parietem domus campestris cujusdam obducit (mosses; Mueller), near Milan where it covers the wall of the well of a certain rural house.

 

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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