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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
yet (Eng. adv.), “besides what has been considered or mentioned already; in addition; as well; also” (WIII).

- tamen (conj.) 'notwithstanding, yet, however;' attamen (at tamen) (adv.) 'but yet'; quanquam (conj.) 'although, and yet'; saltem (adv.) 'at least'; etiam (conj.) 'and also, even yet';

- species nova caulibus inarmatis Rosae blandae similis, sed tamen foliis glandulosis differt, the new species is similar by the unarmed stems to Rosa blanda, but nevertheless it differs by the glandulose leaves.

as yet, still: adhuc (adv.), ad huc (adv.); “yet = continuously up to or as late as the present or osme specified time; ‘as previously;’ ‘still;’ up to now, so far, hitherto; at this or that time; as soon as now’ at some future time; before all is done; eventually” (after WIII).

- genus etsi habitu Asperugini affine, ad huc id in Rosaceis continuens, although the genus is related to Asperugo by its habit, as yet it is continuing to be in the Rosaceae.

- specimina non vidimus et stirps imperfecte descripta adhuc dubia remanet (B&H), we have not seen specimens and the plant, imperfectly described, as yet remains doubtful.

not yet: nondum (adv.), q.v.;

- sporophyta nondum visa, sporophytes not yet seen.

 

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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