Botanical Latin Glossary

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The long-term goal of this glossary is to list every Latin word used in a species description or diagnosis that is found in botanical literature. The main entries for these words are those found in Latin dictionaries and are presented below in bold face and flush with the left margin.
   Initially, words were gleaned from a variety of sources and recorded here. Currently there is an emphasis on adding all words used by Linnaeus in his 1753 Species Plantarum. The specific forms of those words are indented and printed in “normal” face. Following each form is a description of that form and then reference(s) to its location(s) in Species Plantarum. In some (long-term goal: all) cases, the species name in a reference is also a link to a translation of the description. The species names given are the ones found in those references. Work to date on words used in Species Plantarum is complete through Borago africana on page 138. References for each word form are reported chronologically in order to enable one to trace the evolution through time of usage of a given word.

Grammatical note. Five cases of nouns and adjectives are recognized: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, and ablative (includes locative).

Thank you to Tom Hayward, lecturer emeritus in Classical and Medieval Studies at Bates College (Lewiston, Maine), for his help when I found myself struggling with a translation. In the end, however, I accept responsibility for any errors in this glossary or in the associated translations unless I can find some way to blame them on Tom (or on anyone else). Comments and corrections are welcome and should be e-mailed to info@vfthomas.com or sent to the address at the top of this page. Thanks.





- A -
a - preposition (takes ablative): from
ab - preposition (takes ablative): from
abaxialis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: abaxial
abbreviatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: shortened
   abbreviatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 135. (Pulmonaria sibirica, Pulmonaria virginica), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima)]
absens, absens, absens - adjective, group B: absent
abortivus, -a, um - adjective, group A: abortive
abrupte - adverb: abruptly
absimilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: dissimilar
acaulis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: stemless
achenium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: achene
acris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: bitter
aculeatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: prickly, spine-like
   aculeata - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 523. (Mimosa tenuifolia)]
   aculeatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus mariscus), p. 96. (Globularia spinosa), p. 106. (Galium spurium), p. 108. (Galium aparine), p. 131. (Myosotis virginiana)]
   aculeato-ciliatis = aculeato- (combining form of group A adjective aculeatus, -a, -um) + ciliatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 108. (Galium scabrum)]
aculeus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: prickle
   aculeis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 130. (Myosotis lappula)]
acuminatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: acuminate
   acuminata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides)]
   acuminatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 86. (Triticum repens)]
   acuminatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia betonica), p. 20. (Verbena hastata), p. 59. (Panicum virgatum), p. 63. (Aira cristata), p. 132. (Lithospermum virginianum), p. 1002. (Thuja orientalis)]
   acuminatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna indica), p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, Nyctanthes undulata), p. 10. (Veronica longifolia), p. 25. (Salvia mexicana), p. 27. (Salvia sclarea), p. 28. (Piper betle), p. 59. (Panicum arborescens), p. 106. (Galium pusillum), p. 111. (Pennaea mucronata), p. 126. (Potamogeton densum), p. 127. (Potamogeton setaceum)]
   acuminato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus mucronatus)]
acutangulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sharp-angled
   acutangulo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda didyma)]
acute - adverb: acutely
   acute [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia indica)]
acutiusculus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: slightly acute
   acutiusculis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris)]
acutus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: acute
   acutis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia officinalis)]
   acutis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
   acutis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes sambac), p. 24. (Salvia sylvestris), p. 26. (Salvia glutinosa), p. 30. (Piper umbellatum), p. 40. (Commelina communis), p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata), p. 94. (Protea argentea), p. 125. (Ilex aquifolium), p. 128. (Tillaea aquatica), p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum), p. 138. (Borago africana), p. 1001. (Pinus cedrus)]; [1768: P. Miller, The Gardeners Dictionary, p. ABI–ABI. (Abies mariana)]
ad - preposition (takes accusative): to, up to, near to
adnato, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to be adnate to
   adnatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica)]
admodum - adverb: fully
adprimo, adprimere, adpressi, adpressum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to press
   adpressis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca maritima)]
adscendo, adscendere, adscendi, adscensum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to ascend
   adscendente - present active participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Circaea alpina), p. 10. (Veronica spicata), p. 11. (Veronica bellidioides)]
   adscendenti-secundis = adscendenti- (combining form of present active participle of 3rd conjugation verb adscendo, -ere, -di, -nsus) + secundis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia echioides)]
   adscendentibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula)]
   adscendentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Antholyza cunonia)]
aegre - adverb: scarcely
aequalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: equal
   aequali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum americanum)]
   aequalibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica), p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris), p. 63. (Agrostis alba)]
   aequalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora, Commelina tuberosa, Commelina zanonia), p. 42. (Commelina axillaris, Commelina tristata), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa leucantha, Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca, Scabiosa transylvanica)]
   aequalibus - ablative plural neuuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo pentaphylla), (p. 103. (Sherardia fruticosa), p. 105. (Galium rubioides)]
aequaliter - adverb: uniformly, equally
   aequaliter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica spuria), p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon)]
aequo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to make equal
   aequante - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus)]
   aequantibus - present active participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Stipa avenacea)]
   aequantibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 117. (Cornus mas), p. 133. (Lithospermum fruticosum)]
   aequantibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 134. (Cynoglossum apenninum)]
aerius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: aerial
aestivatio, aestivationis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: aestivation
affinis, -is, -e - adjective, group B (takes genitive or dative): related (to)
aggrego, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to cluster together
   aggregatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum), p. 103. (Asperula arvensis)]
   aggregatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale)]
alabastrum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: flower bud
alatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: winged
ala, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: wing
albidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: whitish
albus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: white
   alba - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Alpinia racemosa)]
aliquando - adverb: sometimes
aliquantim - adverb: somewhat
aliquot - indeclinable number: several
aliter - adverb: otherwise
alter, altera, alterum - adjective, group A: the other (of two) [every other?]
   altera - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides [x2])]
   altero - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa)]
   altero - ablative singular [feminine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
alternatim - adverb: alternately
alternis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: alternate
   alternis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper aduncum), p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 63. (Agrostis indica), p. 89. (Minuartia campestris, Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 90. (Minuartia montana), p. 133. (Anchusa orientalis)]
   alternis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum), p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea), p. 45. (Cyperus iria, Cyperus longus, Cyperus rotundus), p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli), p. 57. (Panicum dissectum), p. 72. (Cynosurus durus), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus), p. 119. (Oldenlandia umbellata)]
   alternis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 118. (Ludvigia alternifolia), p. 126. (Potamogeton crispum), p. 127. (Potamogeton gramineum, Potamogeton marinum), p. 137. (Borago officinalis)]
   alternisque = alternis (ablative plural neuter of group B adjective alternis, -is, -e) + que (and) [1753:: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton pusillum)]
   alterno-digitatis = alterno- (combining form of group B adjective alternis, -is, -e) + digitatis - ablative plural feminine of group A adjective digitatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus compressus)]
alterno, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to alternate
alternus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: alternate
   alternis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena prismatica)]
   alternis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia procumbens), p. 18. (Utricularia caerulea)]
   alternis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum), p. 97. (Globularia orientalis)]
altus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: high, tall
ambo, -ae, -o - numerical adjective: both
ambitus, ambitus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: outline
amentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: ament
amplexicaulis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: stem-clasping
   amplexicaulibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena bonariensis), p. 25. (Salvia pratensis), p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 126. (Potamogeton perfoliatum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum virginianum)]
amplitudo, amplitudinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: size
amplus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: large
ampulliformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: flask-shaped
amylum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: starch
anceps, anceps, anceps - adjective, group B: two-edged
   ancipiti - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris graminea, Iris virginica)]
   ancipitibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia)]
   ancipitibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1003. (Cupressus thyoides)
androecium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: androecium
angularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: angled
   angularibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum distichon, Hordeum zeocriton)]
angulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: angled
   angulatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile)]
   angulatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira praecox)]
   angulato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 113. (Plantago asiatica, Plantago lanceolata, Plantago virginica), p. 114. (Plantago lagopus)] angulus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: angle
   angulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa annua)]
anguste - adverb: narrowly
angusto, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to make narrow
   angustata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira montana)]
angustus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: narrow
   angustioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia verbenaca)]
annuus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: annual
ante - preposition (takes accusative): before
   ante [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia nutans)]
anthoecium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: anthoecium
anthera, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: anther
anthesis, anthesis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: anthesis
antice - adverb: anteriorly, in the front
apertura, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: opening
apex, apicis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: apex
   apice - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia europaea), p. 4. (Salicornia virginia), p. 17. (Pinguicula lusitanica), p. 44. (Cyperus minimus), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana), p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
   apicibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 131. (Myosotis scorpioides)]
aphyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: leafless
 '  aphyllis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 116. (Plantago cynops)]
apicalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: apical
apiculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: apiculate
apiculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: apiculus, small terminal point
appendiculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with small appendages
   appendiculatis - ablatve plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 97. (Dipsacus pilosus)]
appendix, appendicis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: appendage
applanatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: flattened
approximo, -are, -avi, -atum [?] - to be near/next to
   approximata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [?[ [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium)]
   approximatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa succisa)]
   approximatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
   approximatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton pectinatum)]
aqua, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: water
aquaticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: aquatic
arabicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: Arabian
arbor, arboris - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: tree
   arbor - nominative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 81. (Arundo bambos)]
arboreus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tree-like, woody
   arborea - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia echolium), p. 117. (Cornus florida Cornus mas Cornus sanguinea)]
arcte - adverb: closely, firmly
arcuo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to bend into the shape of an arch
   arcuatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753>: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum procumbens)]
areola, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: areole
argute - adverb: acutely, sharply
   argute [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena curassavica)]
arillus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: aril
arista, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: awn
   arista - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum, Anthoxanthum odoratum), p. 60. (Alopecurus hordeiformis), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea), p. 62. (Agrostis canina, Agrostis rubra), p. 64. (Aira cespitosa, Aira spicata), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira montana), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana)]
   aristam - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
   aristis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus secalinus, Bromus squarrosus), p. 77. (Bromus giganteus), p. 78. (Stipa avenacea, Stipa juncea, Stipa pennata), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica, Avena sibirica), p. 85. (Hordeum jubatum)]
aristatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: aristate, awned
   aristata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 83. (Lolium temulentus)]
   aristatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena prismatica), p. 57. (Panicum compositum), p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira montana, Aira praecox), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea), p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus), p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon), p. 86. (Triticum caninum, Triticum spelta)]
   aristatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli), p. 62. (Cynosurus echinatus), p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 85. (Triticum aestivum)]
   aristatisque - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira cespitosa)(combining -que (and)
   aristato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena elatior)]
   aristato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
articulo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to divide into parts
   articulata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus articulata)]
   articulatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira spicata)]
   articulatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum procumbens)]
   articulato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Cyperus articulatus, Cyperus arundinacea)]
articulus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: joint
   articulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia arabica, Salicornia europaea), p. 4. (Salicornia caspica, Salicornia virginia)]
arundinaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [reedy?]
   arundinacea - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Maranta arundinacea)]
arundo, arundonis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: [reed?]
aseptatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without septa
asper, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rough
ater, atra, atrum - adjective, group A: black, dull black
attenuatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: attenuate
   attenuata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa nemoralis), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica)]
attingo, attingere, attigi, attactum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to reach
atque - conjunction: and
atroviridis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: dark green
auctor, auctoris - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: author
auricula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: auricle
auriculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: auriculate
aut - conjunction: or
avenius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: veinless
   aveniis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 130. (Heliotropium curassavicum, Heliotropium orientale)]
axilla, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: axil
axillaris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: axillary
   axillaribus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Anchusa orientalis)]
axis, axis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: axis

- B -
bacca, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: berry
barbatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bearded
   barbatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris aphylla, Iris biflora, Iris germanica, Iris pumila, Iris susiana, Iris variegata)]
basalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: basal
basicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: basic
basis, baseos - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: base
   basi - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia arabica), p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea. Salvia africana-lutea), p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 33. (Valeriana tuberosa), p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea), p. 64. (Aira cespitosa), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira montana, Aira praecox), p. 67. (Poa trivialis), p. 80. (Avena fatua), p. 114. (Plantago maritima), p. 127. (Potamogeton pusillum)]
   basibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia hispanica)]
basifixus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: basifixed
bene - adverb: well
biaristatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bi-aristate, two-awned
   biaristatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 73. (Cynosurus paniceus), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana)]
bidentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bidentate
   bidentatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Piper betle)]
biennis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: biennial
bifariam - adverb: in two directions
   bifariam [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Pinus abies)
bifarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: two-ranked
   bifariis - bi- ([Greek] combining form of bi) + fariis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
bifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bifid
   bifidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia virginia), p. 108. (Galium parisiense), p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum)]
   bifido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia bifida)]
biflorus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: two-flowered
   bifloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris crucaeformis), p. 56. (Panicum americanum), p. 57. (Panicum filiformae), p. 58. (Panicum patens), p. 79. (Avena elatior, Avena pensylvanica), p. 119. (Oldenlandia biflora)]
   bifloris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum glaucum)]
binatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with a pair [paired?]
   binatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 83. (Elymus canadensis, Elymus sibiricus)]
bini, -ae, -a - adjective, group A: paired (almost exclusively plural)
   binis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana), p. 118. (Cornus suecica)]
   binis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 103. (Sherardia muralis [x2])]
bipinnatifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bipinnatifid
   bipinnatifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Verbena supina), p. 27. (Salvia ceratophylla), p. 34. (Valeriana mixta)]
bipinnatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bipinnate
   bipinnatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 101. (Scabiosa ochroleuca)]
biseriatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: (arranged) in two rows
biserratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: biserrate
bivalvis, -is, -e - adjective, group B - two-valved
   bivalvi - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis)]
bractea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: bract
   bractea - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus romanus), p. 89. (Minuartia campestris), p. 90. (Minuartia montana), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
   bracteis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum), p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia echolium, Justicia betonica, Justicia hyssopifolia, Justicia procumbens, Justicia repens, p. 16. (Justicia chinensis, Justicia echioides, Justicia sexangularis), p. 24. (Salvia horminum, Salvia sylvestris), p. 72. (Cynosurus caeruleus, Cynosurus cristatus, Cynosurus echinatus), p. 115. (Plantago loflingii), p. 133. (Anchusa orientalis)]
bracteola, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: bracteole
brevipedicellatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: short-pediceled
brevipetiolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: short-petioled
brevis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: short
   brevi - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium)]
   brevi - ablative, singular, feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira cespitosa), p. 65. (Aira alpina)]
   brevibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena flavescens), p. 107. (Galium verum)]
   breviore - comparative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum), p. 38. (Iris biflora, Iris pumila, p. 39. (Iris verna), p. 70. (Briza media, Briza minor)]
   breviore - comparative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum)]
   brevioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia), p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum)]
   brevioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia sylvestris), p. 77. (Bromus giganteus), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica)]
   brevioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris xiphium), p. 124. (Cynoglossum officinale)]
   brevissima - superlative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia lyrata)]
   brevissimis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 107. (Galium rubrum)]
   brevissimo - superlative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago cretica)]
   brevissimo - superlative degree, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus)]
breviter - adverb: shortly, briefly
brunneolus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: brownish
brunneus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: brown
bulbiger, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bulb-bearing
bulbillus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: bulbil
bulbus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: bulb
   bulbis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris sisyrinchium)]
buxus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, feminine: boxwood
   buxi - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]

- C -
caducus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: caducous
caespes, caespitis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: tuft
caespitosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cespitose
calcar, calcaris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: spur
callosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: callose
   callosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 131. (Myosotis scorpioides)]
   calloso-tricuspidatis = calloso- (combining form of group A adjectivecallosus, -a, -um) + tricuspidatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron cucullatum, Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron)]
   calloso-quinquedentatis = calloso- (combining form of group A adjective callosus, -a, -um) + quinquedentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron conocarpodendron)]
callus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: callus
calycinus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: of or belonging to the calyx
   calycinis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Secale orientale, Secale villosum), p. 98. (Scabiosa leucantha)]
   calycinis - ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 137. (Borago indica), p. 138. (Borago africana]
calyculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: calyculus
calyx, calycis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: calyx
   calyce - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia), p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia verbenaca), p. 27. (Salvia sclarea), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea), p. 64. (Aira aquatica), p. 70. (Briza media, Briza minor), p. 75. (Festuca decumbens), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica, Avena sibirica), p. 80. (Avena fragilis), p. 87. (Eriocaulon quinquangulare), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa), p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium)]
   calycem - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense, Lithospermum officinale, Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum)]
   calycibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica alpina, Veronica bonarota), p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena lappulacea, Verbena prismatica), p. 23. (Salvia cretica, Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia haematodes, Salvia pomifera, Salvia urticifolia, Salvia viridis), p. 25. (Salvia hispanica), p. 55. (Phalaris crucaeformis), p. 57. (Panicum compositum), p. 58. (Panicum patens), p. 62. (Agrostis canina, Agrostis capillaris, Agrostis stolonifera), p. 63. (Agrostis alba), p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius), p. 74. (Festuca myuros), p. 78. (Stipa avenacea, Stipa juncea), p. 79. (Avena elatior, Avena pensylvanica, Avena sativa, Avena sibirica), p. 80. (Avena fatua, Avena flavescens, Avena pratensis, Avena spicata), p. 81. (Arundo donax, Arundo epigejos, Arundo phragmites), p. 82. (Arundo arenaria, Arundo calamagrostis), p. 86. (Triticum caninum, Triticum repens, Triticum spelta), p. 93. (Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron), p. 98. (Scabiosa syriaca), p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata), p. 135. (Pulmonaria sibirica, Pulmonaria virginica), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima), p. 137. (Borago officinalis)]
   calycis - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus), p. 72. (Cynosurus lima), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides)]
   calycum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea), p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron repens)]
canaliculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: channeled, grooved
   canaliculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris sisyrinchium)]
canesco, canescere - verb, 3rd conjugation: to be white or gray
cannacori - [?]
   cannacori - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Alpinia racemosa, Maranta arundinacea)]
cano-tomentosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: grayish white tomentose
capillaris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: hair-like
   capillari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris)]
   capillari - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum capillare), p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris), p. 68. (Poa capillaris)]
   capillaribus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora)]
capillus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: hair
capitatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: capitate
   capitatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda clinopodia, Monarda didyma), p. 36. (Ixia africana), p. 134. (Anchusa sempervirens)]
   capitatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 54. (Bobartia indica)]
   capitato-conicis = capitato- (combining form of group A adjectivecapitatus, -a, -um) + conicis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena nodiflora)]
capitellus, -a, -um - [?]
   capitellis - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Blitum capitatum, Blitum virgatum)]
capitulum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: head
   capitulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Ziziphora capitata), p. 22. (Monarda fistulosa), p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus), p. 95. (Protea fusca), p. 97. (Globularia orientalis)]
   capitulo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus, Schoenus nigricans), p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus), p. 49. (Scirpus romanus), p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus, Scirpus michelianus)]
capsula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: capsule
   capsulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 119. (Ludvigia perennis), p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera)]
capsularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: capsule-like
caput, capitis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: head
carina, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: keel
   carinis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris oryzoides)]
carinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: keeled
   carinatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 54. (Phalaris canariensis), p. 115. (Plantago loflingii)]
   carinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium spurium), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
   carinato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, (Utricularia minor)]
carnosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: fleshy
   carnosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena jamaicensis)]
   carnosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper acuminatum, Piper rotundifolium), p. 88. (Holosteum succulentum), p. 112. (Pennaea squamosa)]
carpellatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: carpellate
carpellum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: carpel
caruncula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: caruncle
caryopsis, caryopsidis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: caryopsis
castaniformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: chestnut-shaped (cf. -formis, -formis, -forme)
caudatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: caudate
   caudatis - ablative plural masculine [Linnaeus (1735), p. 31. (Valeriana rubra)]
caudex, caudicis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: stem, rootstock
caulinis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: cauline
   caulinis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 121. (Dostenia caulescens)]
   caulinis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 32. (Valeriana phu, Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana tuberosa), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia spinosa, Globularia vulgaris), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria, Scabiosa triandra), p. 106. (Galium tinctorium)]
caulis, caulis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: stem
   caule - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum), p. 3. (Boerhavia diffusa, Boerhavia erecta, Boerhavia repens, ), p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis), p. 9. (Circaea lutetiana, Circaea alpina), p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica spicata), p. 11. (Veronica bellidioides, Veronica hybrida, Veronica officinalis), p. 12. (Veronica anagallis-aquatica, Veronica beccabunga), p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys, Veronica latifolia), p. 14. (Veronica peregrina, Veronica romana), p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 18. (Utricularia foliosa), p. 19. (Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 20. (Verbena nodiflora, Verbena officinalis), p. 22. (Monarda didyma, Monarda fistulosa), p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 30. (Piper pellucidum), p. 32. (Valeriana montana), p. 33. (Valeriana locusta), p. 34. (Valeriana mixta), p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus, Gladiolus ramosus, Gladiolus spicatus), p. 38. (Iris biflora, Iris germanica, Iris pumila, Iris susiana, Iris variegata), p. 39. (Iris graminea, Iris sibirica, Iris spuria, Iris verna, Iris versicolor, Iris virginica), p. 40. (Commelina communis, Iris persica, Iris xiphium), p. 41. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis, Commelina erecta), p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 60. (Phleum arenarium), p. 75. (Festuca decumbens), p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata), p. 90. (Queria canadensis), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon, Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 95. (Globularia alypum), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia cordifolia, Globularia vulgaris), p. 97. (Globularia nudicaulis, Globularia orientalis), p. 98. (Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca), p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa tatarica), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana, Scabiosa pterocephala), p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea), p. 103. (Sherardia fruticosa), p. 104. (Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Galium rubioides, Galium trifidum, Houstonia caerulea), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis. Galium tinctorium), p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium mollugo), p. 108. (Galium boreale), p. 115. (Plantago psyllium), p. 116. (Plantago cynops), p. 119. (Ammannia latifolia), p. 120. (Ammannia ramosior), p. 127. (Potamogeton compressum, Potamogeton pusillum), p. 128. (Sagina erecta, Sagina virginica), p. 133. (Anchusa virginiana), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima), p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
   caulibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica marilandica), p. 20. (Verbena spuria), p. 105. (Galium palustre), p. 126. (Potamogeton densum), p. 132. (Lithospermum tinctorium)]
-caulis, -caulis, -caule - adjective, group B: -stemmed (description of stem(s) given by prefix)
celeriter - adverb: quickly
cellula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: cell
centralis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: central
cernuus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nodding
   cernuis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina)]
   cernuis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 124. (Hypecoum pendulum)]
chalaza, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: chalaza
character, characteris - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: character
chloroplastus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: chloroplast
chromosoma, chromosomatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: chromosome
cicatrix, cicatricis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: scar
ciliatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ciliate
   ciliata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus ciliatis), p. 60. (Phleum arenarium)]
   ciliatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris oryzoides), p. 59. (Panicum brevifolium), p. 84. (Secale creticum)]
   ciliatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 66. (Melica ciliata), p. 1000. (Pinus pinea)]
cilium, cilii - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: cilium, hair
   ciliis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Secale cereale, Secale villosum)]
cineresco, -ere, —, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to become ash gray
cinereus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ash gray
circa - adverb: about, approximately
circum - preposition (takes accusative): around (spatially)
circumvallo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to surround
   circumvallatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Alopecurus hordeiformis)]
classis, classis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: class
clathratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: clathrate
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to close
   clausis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
clavulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: clavulate
coarcto, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to make narrower, to press together
   coarctata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Aira caerulea), p. 69. (Poa compressa), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 77. (Bromus hordeaceus)]
collum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: neck
   collo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum latifolium)]
color, coloris - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: color
coloro, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to give color to
   coloratis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis canina, Agrostis capillaris)]
   coloratis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia betonica), p. 24. (Salvia horminum, Salvia sylvestris), p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera)]
columna, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: column
coma, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: terminal tuft
communis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: common
   communibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. (Valeriana saxatilis)]
complano, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to flatten
compono, componere, composui, compositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to compose
   composita - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum italicum)]
   compositis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia pinnata)]
   composito - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Houstonia caerulea)]
comprimo, -ere, -essi, -essum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to compress
   compressis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia virginia)]
   compressis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum procumbens)]
   compressis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis)]
   compresso - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa annua), p. 69. (Poa compressa), p. 127. (Potamogeton compressum)]
concavus, -a. -um - adjective, group A: concave
   concavis - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15.(Justicia adhatoda)]
   concavis - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia sclarea)]
conduplicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: conduplicate
confercio, confercire, confersi,confertum - verb, 4th conjugation: to pack closely together
   confertis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Milium confertum), p. 89. (Minuartia dichotoma, Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 90. (Queria hispanica)]
   confertis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus elegans), p. 46. (Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus), p. 51. (Scirpus sylvaticus)]
   confertis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton densum)]
   confertissimis - superlative degree, perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Cyperus strigosus)]
congener, congeneri - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: congener
congero, congerere, congessi, congestum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to pile up
congestus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: crowded
conglobo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to cluster together
   conglobata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus)]
   conglobato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus romanus)]
conglomero, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to cluster
   conglomerata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus mucronatus)]
conicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: conical
   conico - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula alpina), p. 18. (Utricularia vulgaris)]
conjugatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: connected
conjugo, conjugare, conjugavi, conjugatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to connect
   conjugatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Anchusa angustifolia)]
   conjugatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper distachyon), p. 130. (Heliotropium curassavicum, Heliotropium europeum)]
    conjugatisque = perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli)] + -que (and)
connascor, —, connasci, connatus [check spelling] - verb, 3rd conjugation: to be fused to a like organ
   connatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 97. (Dipsacus laciniatus), p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
connectivum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: connective
conspicue - adverb: conspicuously
consto ... ex, constare ... ex, constiti ... ex, constatus ... ex - 1st conjugation verb phrase (takes ablative): to consist of
constrictio, constrictionis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: constriction
contiguus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: adjacent
contineo, continere, continui, continum - verb, 2nd conjugation: to contain, to hold together
   continente - present active participle, ablative singular [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
contraho, contrahere, contraxi, contractum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to draw together
   contracta - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis indica, Agrostis virginica), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana)]
conus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: cone
   conis - ablative plural [1768: P. Miller, The Gardeners Dictionary, p. ABI–ABI. (Abies mariana)]
convoluo, convoluere, convolui, convolutum - verb, 3rd conjugation: rolled up longitudinally
   convoluto - perfect passive participle, [ablative?] singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Aira caerulea)]
cordatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cordate
   cordatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa alpina), p. 70. (Briza maxima)]
   cordatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes sambac), p. 9. (Syringa vulgaris), p. 13. (Veronica agrestis, Veronica arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia, Veronica latifolia), p. 25. (Salvia dominica), p. 26. (Salvia indica, Salvia verticillata), p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 29. (Piper longum, Piper reticulatum, Piper siriboa), p. 30. (Piper pellucidum, Piper umbellatum), p. 32. (Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis, Valeriana pyrenaica), p. 111. (Pennaea mucronata), p. 117. (Cornus florida), p. 126. (Potamogeton perfoliatum), p. 135. (Cynoglossum omphaloides)]
   cordato-lanceolatis = cordato- (combining form of group A adjective cordatus, -a, -um) + lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia sylvestris)]
   cordato-oblongis = cordato- (combining form of group A adjective cordatus, -a, -um) + oblongis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pratensis)]
   cordato-ovatis = cordato- (combining form of group A adjective cordatus, -a, -um) + ovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Phillyrea latifolia), p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum), p. 138. (Borago africana)]
   cordato-sagittatis = cordato- (combining form of group A adjective cordatus, -a, -um) + sagittatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia glutinosa)]
-cornis, -cornis, -corne - adjective, group B: -horned (description of horn(s) given by prefix)
cornu, cornus - noun, 4th declension, neuter: horn
corolla, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: corolla
   corolla - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica), p. 134. (Cynoglossum officinale)]
   corollae - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium, Crocus sativus)]
   corollam - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Lithospermum fruticosum), p. 124. *Cynoglossum apenninum)]
   corollarum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia echolium), p. 23. (Salvia lyrata), p. 24. (Salvia viridis), p. 26. (Salvia verticillata), p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus), p. 92. (Leucadendron cinaroides)]
   corollis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda punctata), p. 23. (Monarda ciliata), p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia pratensis, Salvia verbenaca), p. 38. (Iris aphylla, Iris biflora, Iris germanica, Iris pseudacorus, Iris pumila, Iris susiana, Iris variegata), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima, Iris sibirica), p. 39. (Iris graminea, Iris spuria, Iris verna, Iris versicolor), Iris virginica), p. 40. (Commelina communis, Iris persica, Iris sisyrinchium, Iris tuberosa, Iris xiphium), p. 41. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis, Commelina erecta, , Commelina nudiflora, Commelina tuberosa, Commelina zanonia), p. 42. (Commelina axillaris, Commelina tristata), p. 99. (Scabiosa integrifolia), p. 105. (Galium trifidum), p. 106. (Galium uliginosum), p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense, Lithospermum officinale, Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum, Lithospermum virginianum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium), p. 136. (Cerinthe major), p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
corollula, -ae - noun, 1st declension: a small corolla
   corollulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa leucantha, Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca, Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa columbaria, Scabiosa tatarica, Scabiosa triandra), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana, Scabiosa argentea, Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa cretica, Scabiosa pterocephala, Scabiosa stellata) p. 101. (Scabiosa ochroleuca, Scabiosa papposa)]
corona, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: corona
corpus, corporis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: body
cortex, corticis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: bark
corticatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: covered with bark
   corticatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum zeocriton)]
corymbus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: corymb
   corymbis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum), p. 101. (Hedyotis fruticosa), p. 105. (Houstonia purpurea), p. 151. (Phlox paniculata)]
   corymbo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica alpina, Veronica aphylla, Veronica bellidioides, Veronica bonarota)]
costa, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: (main) nerve
costalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: costal
costatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nerved, ribbed
cotyledon, cotyledonis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: cotyledon
crasse - adverb: thickly
crassities, crassitiei - noun, 5th declension, feminine: thickness
crassitudo, crassitudinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: thickness
crassus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: thick
   crassioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia europaea)]
crebre - adverb: closely, compactly
crenatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: crenate
   crenatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica spicata), p. 12. (Veronica serpyllifolia), p. 17. (Gratiola dubia), p. 24. (Salvia horminum, Salvia viridis), p. 26. (Salvia canariensis, Salvia indica)]
   crenato - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Globularia spinosa)]
   crenato-dentatis = crenato- (combining form of group A adjective crenatus, -a, -um) + dentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia verticillata)]
crenulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: crenulate
   crenulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera)]
cremeus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cream-colored
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to grow
crispatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: crisped
crispus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: curled
   crispa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus purgans)]
crista, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: crest, terminal tuft
croccus[?] - [?]
   crocco - ablative singular [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
culmus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: culm
   culmis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon, Eriophorum vaginatum, Eriophorum virginicum), p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum), p. 65. (Aira flexuosa)]
   culmo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus, Schoenus mariscus, Schoenus mucronatus), p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus, Schoenus compressus, Schoenus ferrugineus, Schoenus nigricans), p. 44. (Schoenus albus, Cyperus articulatus, Cyperus arundinacea, Cyperus minimus, Schoenus glomeratus), p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus esculentus, Cyperus haspan, Cyperus iria, Cyperus longus, Cyperus rotundus), (p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus, Cyperus odoratus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus, Cyperus strigosus, Scirpus articulatus, Scirpus palustris), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus capitatus, Scirpus cespitosus, Scirpus geniculatus, Scirpus lacustris), p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris, Scirpus holoschoenus, Scirpus romanus, Scirpus setaceus, Scirpus supinus [x2]), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus, Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus ferrugineus,Scirpus mucronatus, Scirpus retrofractus), p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus, Scirpus maritimus, Scirpus spadiceus, Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus, Scirpus michelianus), p. 58. (Panicum dichotomum), p. 60. (Alopecurus geniculatus, Alopecurus pratensis), p. 62. (Agrostis stolonifera), p. 67. (Poa angustifolia, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 68. (Poa annua, Poa capillaris), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa compressa, Poa malabarica, Poa nemoralis), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus), p. 82. (Arundo calamagrostis), p. 87. (Eriocaulon decangulare, Eriocaulon quinquangulare, Eriocaulon setaceum, Eriocaulon sexangulare)]
cum - preposition (takes ablative): with
cuneatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cuneate
cuneiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: cuneiform, [wedge-shaped?]
   cuneiformibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia sexangularis), p. 84. (Secale villosum)]
   cuneiformibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia cordifolia), p. 125. (Ilex cuneifolia)]
cupulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cup-shaped
curvatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: curved
cuspis, cuspidis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: cusp
cyathium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: cyathium
cylindraceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindric
   cylindraceo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula vulgaris)]
cylindricus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindric
   cylindrica - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus articulata), p. 55. (Phalaris phleoides), p. 59. (Phleum pratense), p. 113. (Plantago media), p. 114. (Plantago albicans)]
   cylindricis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia caspica), p. 92. (Leucadendron cinaroides)]
   cylindricis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum pendulum)]
cyma, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: cyme
   cymis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 117. (Cornus sanguinea)]
cymbiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: boat-shaped
cypsela, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: cypsela

- D -
dactyliformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: finger-like
debilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: weak
   debili - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys)]
decangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: 10-angled
   decangulari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon decangulare)]
decemfloris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: ten-flowered
   decemfloris - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa eragrostis)]
deciduus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: deciduous
   deciduis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia echolium)]
declino, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to slope downward
   declinato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Antholyza ringens)]
decompono, decomponere, decomposui, decompositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: decompound
   decomposita - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus rotundus), p. 46. (Cyperus odoratus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus]
decumbo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to recline (with tip ascending)
   decumbente - present active participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca decumbens), p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata)]
decurro, decurrere, decurri, decursum - verb, 3rd declension: to be decurrent
   decurrentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 136. (Symphytum officinale)' (Lycopodium obscurum)
decurvatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: decurved
decussatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: decussate
dehisco, -ere, -ivi, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to dehisce
   dehiscente - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum virgatum)]
delicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: delicate
deltatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: deltate
dendriticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dendroid
dendritus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: branched
dens, dentis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: tooth
   dentibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
dense - adverb: densely, thickly, closely
densus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dense
   densa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira alpina)]
dentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dentate
   dentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys, Veronica latifolia), p. 23. (Salvia lyrata), p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia africana-lutea), p. 116. (Plantago cynops), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
   dentato-angulatis = dentato- (combining form of group A adjective dentatus, -a, -um) + angulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica)]
-dentatus, -dentata, -dentatum - adjective, group A: -dentate (prefix tells how many times)
   tridentata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   tridentatis - ablative plura masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   tridentatis - ablative plura neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 95. (Globularia alypum), p. 96. (Globularia vulgaris), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus)]
denticulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: denticulate
   denticulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia aegyptiaca)]
depressus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sunken
   depressis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 92. (Leucadendron cinaroides)]
   depressis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Bromus aristatus)]
descriptio, descriptionis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: description
desino, desinere, deseni, desinitum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to to end
   desinentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton incens)]
destituo, destituere, destitui, destitutum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to lack (but not necessarily to be absent)
determino, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to fix the boundaries; to be definite in outline
   determinatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron proteoides)]
diameter, diametri - noun, 2nd declension, feminine: diameter
diandrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: two-stamened
   diandra - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Verbena ovubica), p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena jamaicensis, Verbena lappulacea, Verbena prismatica, Verbena stoechadifolia)]
   diandris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana cornucopiae)]
dichasium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: dichasium
dichotome - adverb: dichotomously
dichotomus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dichotomous
   dichotoma - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 128. (Tillaea aquatica)]
   dichotoma - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo tetraphylla), p. 108 (Galium rotundifolium)]
   dichotomiae - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus)]
   dichotomis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia nasuta), p. 89. (Minuartia dichotoma), p. 106. (Galium pusillum), p. 107. (Galium glaucum), p. 126. (Potamogeton densum), p. 1101. (Lycopodium obscurum)]
   dichotomo - ablative singular masculine (Lycopodium selago), p. 33. (Valeriana locusta), p. 58. (Panicum dichotomum), p. 90. (Queria canadensis), p. 98. (Scabiosa syriaca), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea)]
differo, differre, distuli, dilatum - verb (irregular): to differ (from)
diffusus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: diffuse
   diffusa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa alpina, Poa angustifolia, Poa aquatica, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 68. (Poa annua, Poa flava), p. 81. (Arundo donax)]
   diffusis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica marilandica), p. 105. (Galium palustre)]
   diffuso - ablative, singular, masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Boerhavia diffusa)]
digitatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: digitate
   digitatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dactylon)]
   digitatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 123. (Alchemilla alpina)]
   digitato-partitis = digitato- (combining form of group A adjective digitatus, -a, -um) + partitis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Veronica triphyllos, Veronica verna)]
dilato, dilatare, dilatavi, dilatatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to widen, to spread out
dilute - adverb: slightly, weakly
dimidiatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: divided in half
   dimidiatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius)]
   dimidiato-secunda = dimidiato- (combining form of group A adjective dimidiatus, -a, -um) + secunda - ablative sinngular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum)]
dimidio - adverb: by half
dimidius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: half
dimorphus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dimorphic
dioecius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dioecious
dioicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dioecious
   dioicis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana dioica)[
diploideus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: diploid
discus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: disc
disjuncto, disjungere, disjunxi, disjunctum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to separate
   disjunctis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron racemosum)]
dispergo, dispergere, dispersi, dispersum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to spread about
   dispersis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Milium effusum)]
dispermus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: two-seeded
   dispermis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena sativa)]
dispono, disponere, disposui, dispositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to arrange
disseco, dissecare, dissecui, dissectum - verb, 1st conjugation: to cut into pieces
   dissectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa stellata)]
distaliter - adverb: distally
distichus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: distichous [arranged in two ranks along a stem]
   disticha - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus compressus), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum)]
   distiche - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus odoratus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus), p. 78. (Bromus aristatus)]
   distichis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus compressus), p. 77. (Bromus sterilis)]
   distichis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton pectinatum), p. 1002. (Pinus balsamea), p. 1003. (Cupressus disticha)]
distincte - adverb: distinctly
distinctus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: distinct
   distinctis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 113. (Plantago asiatica)]
   distinctis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus iria)]
   distinctis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton marinum, Potamogeton pusillum), p. 137. (Cerinthe echioides)]
disto, distare, —, — - verb, 1st conjugation: to stand at a distance from
   distantibus - present active participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Gladiolus angustus, Gladiolus communis), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea), p. 69. (Poa malabarica)]
divarico, -are, -avi, atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to spread out
   divaricata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira flexuosa), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea)]
   divaricatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis stolonifera), p. 131. (Myosotis virginiana)]
   divaricatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus squarrosus)]
   divaricatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus mucronatus)
divido, dividere, divisi, divisum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to divide
dorsalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: dorsal
   dorsali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis canina)]
dorsum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: back
   dorso - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana)]
   dorsoque = dorso - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus mariscus)] + -que (and)
drupa, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: drupe
duo, duae, duo - adjective (irregular): two
   duobus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare)]
duplex, duplex, duplex - adjective, group B: double, two-fold
   duplici - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus), p. 1002. (Pinus balsamea)]
duplico, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation; to double
   duplicato-serratis - [duplicato- (combining form of perfect passive participle of 1st conjugation verb duplico, -are, -avi, -atum)) + serratis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24, (Salvia urticifolia), p. 25. (Salvia mexicana)]
duplo - adverb: doubly
   duplo [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium)]
dyas, dyadis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: dyad

- E -
e- - prefix: not, without
e - preposition (takes ablative): from, out of (used before a word that begins with a consonant; see ex)
echinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: echinate
   echinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea)]
edulis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: edible
effusus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: loose, spread out
   effusa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris oryzoides)]
eglandulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: eglandular
elegans, elegans, elegans - adjective, group B: elegant
elevo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to raise
   elevatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris)]
ellipsoideus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ellipsoid(al)
ellipticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: elliptic, elliptical
   ellipticis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 88. (Holosteum succulentum)
elongatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: elongate
   elongatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. (Valeriana saxatilis)]
elongo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to elongate
emarginatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: emarginate
   emarginatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia virginia)]
   emarginatis - ablative plural neuter (Pinus picea)
embryo, embryonis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: embryo
endospermium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: endosperm
eneco, -are, -avi, -tum - verb, 1st conjugation: to kill
enervis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: without nerves
   enervibus - ablative plural neuter (Canna glauca)
enervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without nerves
   enerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper obtusifolium)]
ensiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: ensiform
   ensiformibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Gladiolus communis, Ixia chinensis), p. 37. (Gladiolus imbricatus), p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima), p. 87. (Eriocaulon decangulare, Eriocaulon sexangulare), p. 1002. (Iris versicolor)]
epicorticalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: epicortical
epedunculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: epedunculate
epidermis, epidermidis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: epidermis
erigo, erigere, erexi, erectum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to erect
   erecta - perfect passive participle, nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 128. (Tillaea aquatica), p. 129. (Tillaea rubra)]
   erecta - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum virginicum), p. 58. (Panicum capillare), p. 75. (Festuca decumbens, Festuca elatior, Festuca fluitans), p. 77. (Bromus hordeaceus), p. 81. (Arundo epigejos), p. 84. (Elymus virginicus), p. 108. (Crucianella angustifolia), p. 114. (Plantago albicans, Plantago alpina)]
   erectioribus - comparative degree, perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis indica), p. 1101. (Lycopodium obscurum)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides), p. 76. (Bromus secalinus), p. 124. (Hypecoum erectum)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 138. (Borago afrcana)]
   erecto - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Boerhavia erecta), p. 9. (Circaea lutetiana), p. 10. (Veronica incana), p. 11. (Veronica hybrida), p. 12. (Veronica anagallis-aquatica, p. 14. (Veronica peregrina, Veronica romana), p. 41. (Commelina erecta), p. 60. (Alopecurus pratensis), p. 67. (Poa angustifolia, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 69. (Poa chinensis), p. 104. (Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p. 108. (Galium boreale), p. 1101. (Lycopodium selago), p. 128. (Sagina erecta, Sagina virginica)]
erectiusculus. -a, -um - adjective, group A: nearly erect
   erectiusculis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea)]
erodo, erodere, erosi, erosum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to erode
   erosis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica)]
et - conjunction: and
et … et - conjunction: both … and
ex - preposition (takes ablative): from, out of (used before a word that begins with a vowel and sometimes before a word that begins with a consonant; see e)
excido, excidere, excidi, excisum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cut out (referring to sinuses)
   excisis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia nutans)]
exocarpium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: exocarp
expando, expandere, expandi, expansum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to expand
expono, exponere, exposui, expositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to expose
exsero, exserere, exserui, exsertum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to exsert
   exserente - present active participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
exsto, exstare, exstiti, — - verb, 1st conjugation: to to project, to protrude
   exstantibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis virginica), p. 102. (Spermacoce verticillata)]
extensio, extensionis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: extension
exter, extera, exterum - adjective, group A: on the outside
   exteriore - comparative degree, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea, Agrostis miliacea, Agrostis spicaventi), p. 62. (Agrostis rubra), p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
   exterioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca elatior)]
   exterioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 66. (Melica ciliata)]
externus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: outer
extimus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: outermost
   extima - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum virgatum)]
extremus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: extreme
extrorsum - [?]
   extrorsum - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dissectum, Panicum dimidiatum), p. 84. (Secale creticum)]

- F -
facies, faciei - noun, 5th declension, feminine: appearance
facio, facere, feci, factum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to make
fallax, fallax, fallax - adjective, group B: false
familia, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: family
-farius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: -ranked (number of ranks given by prefix)
   bifariis = [bi- ([Greek] combining form of bi)) + fariis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
   octifariis = [octi- (combining form of octo)) + fariis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
fasciculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: fascicled, growing in fascicles
   fasciculatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Schoenus glomeratus)]
   fasciculatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena bonariensis)]
   fasciculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 103. (Asperula taurina), p. 1001. (Pinus cedrus, Pinus larix)]
   fasciculo-pilosis = fasciculo- (combining form of group A adjective fasciculatus, -a, -um) + pilosis - ablative plural neuter of pilosus, -a, -um [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum glaucum)]
fasciculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: fascicle
   fasciculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 103. (Asperula odorata)]
fastigiatus, -, -um - adjective, group A: fastigiate [with branches ascending to spreading]
   fastigiato - ablative singular masculine (Lycopodium selago)
femineus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: female
fere - adverb: nearly, almost
fero, ferre, tuli, latum - verb (irregular): to carry, to bear
fertilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: fertile
fibrosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: fibrous
   fibrosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris verna)]
-fidus, -fida, -fidum - adjective, group A: split (number of ways given by prefix)
   multifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica multifida), p. 123. (Alchemilla pentaphylla)]
filamentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: filament
filiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: filiform
   filiformi - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis minima)]
   filiformibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia caspica), p. 20. (Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria, Verbena urticifolia), p. 21. (Verbena supina), p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
    - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa triandra)]
filix, filicis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: fern
flaccidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: flaccid, unable to hold up own weight
   flaccida - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum miliaceum)]
   flaccido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 104. (Asperula tinctoria), p. 106. (Galium tinctorium), p. 107. (Galium mollugo)]
   flaccido-pendula = flaccido- (combining form of group A adjective flaccidus, -a, -um) + pendula - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 83. (Elymus canadensis, Elymus sibiricus)]
flagellum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: flagellum
flavescens, flavescens, flavescens - adjective, group B: yellow
   flavescente - ablative singular, masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Siphonanthus indica)]
flavus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: yellow
   flavo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
flexibilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: flexible
flexuosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: flexuous
   flexuosa - ablative singular feminine [Linnaeus (1853), p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
   flexuosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira flexuosa), p. 68. (Poa eragrostis)]
floralis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: floral, relating to the flower
   floralibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia sclarea), p. 94. (Protea argentea), p. 103. (Sherardia muralis)]
floreo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 2nd conjugation: to flower
   florente - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra)]
florescentia, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: period of flowering
   florescentiam - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia nutans)]
floresco, florescere, —, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to (begin) flowering
florifer, florifera, floriferum - adjective, group A: flowered
   floliferis> - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium verum)]
flos, floris - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: flower
   flore - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia sylvestris), p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa, Siphonanthus indica)]
   florem - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa)]
   flores - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Leucadendron cucullatum)]
   flori - dative[?] singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium)]
   floribus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Corispermum hyssopifolium), p. 13. (Veronica agrestis, Veronica arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia), p. 14. (Veronica marilandica, Veronica peregrina, Veronica romana, Veronica triphyllos, Veronica verna), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis), p. 17. (Gratiola dubia, Gratiola officinalis, Gratiola peruviana), p. 21. (Ziziphora tenuior), p. 22. (Monarda clinopodia, Monarda didyma, Monarda punctata, Ziziphora acinoides), p. 23. (Monarda ciliata, Salvia aegyptiaca, Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera), p. 28. (Anthoxanthum paniculatum), p. 31. (Valeriana calcitrapae, Valeriana cornucopiae, Valeriana dioica, Valeriana officinalis, Valeriana rubra), p. 32. (Valeriana celtica, Valeriana montana, Valeriana phu, Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis, Valeriana locusta, Valeriana pyrenaica, Valeriana saxatilis, Valeriana tuberosa), p. 34. (Valeriana mixta, Valeriana sibirica), p. 36. (Gladiolus communis, Ixia africana, Ixia chinensis), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus, Gladiolus imbricatus, Gladiolus spicatus), p. 41. (Commelina axillaris), p. 44. (Schoenus albus, Schoenus glomeratus), p. 54. (Saccharum officinaram, Saccharum spicatum), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 61. (Milium confertum), p. 63. (Aira caerulea, Aira cristata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica), p. 65. (Aira praecox), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 72. (Cynosurus indicus), p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus), p. 75. (Festuca maritima), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum), p. 88. (Holosteum umbellatum), p. 89. (Minuartia dichotoma, Minuartia campestris, Mollugo pentaphylla), p. 90. (Lechea major, Lechea minor, Minuartia montana, Queria canadensis, Queria hispanica), p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum, Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron proteoides), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon, Leucadendron cinaroides, Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina), p. 101. (Hedyotis auricularia), p. 102. (Sherardia arvensis), p. 103. (Asperula arvensis, Asperula taurina, Sherardia muralis), p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Houstonia caerulea), p. 109. (Crucianella latifolia, Crucianella maritima), p. 112. (Exacum pedunculatum, Exacum sessile), p. 124. (Cuscuta americana, Cuscuta europaea), p. 128. (Sagina virginica), p. 129. (Tillaea rubra), p. 131. (Heliotropium orientale), p. 133. (Anchusa virginiana), p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
   floribusque = floribus (ablative plural of 3rd declension noun flos, floris) + que (and) [1753:: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Anchusa orientalis)]
   florum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa stellata), p. 103. (Asperula odorata)]
flosculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: floret
   flosculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum, Anthoxanthum odoratum), p. 50. (Scirpus retrofractus), p. 57. (Panicum compositum, Panicum dimidiatum, Panicum sanguinale), p. 60. (Alopecurus hordeiformis), p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris, Agrostis paradoxa), p. 63. (Aira spicata), p. 64. (Aira minuta, Aira spicata), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira montana, Aira praecox), p. 69. (Poa tenella), p. 70. (Briza eragrostis, Briza maxima, Briza media, Briza minor), p. 73. (Cynosurus paniceus), p. 75. (Festuca decumbens), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana), p. 80. (Avena fatua), Avena flavescens, Avena fragilis), p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare), p. 85. (Hordeum distichon,, Hordeum hexastichon, Hordeum murinum, Hordeum zeocriton), p. 86. (Triticum spelta), p. 91. (Leucadendron racemosum), p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica)]
   flosculo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 79. (Avena elatior)]
foliaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: leafy
   foliacea - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus, Scirpus maritimus, Scirpus sylvaticus)]
foliolum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: leaflet
   foliolis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina), p. 117. (Cornus florida), p. 138. (Borago africana)]
folium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: leaf
   foliis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna angustifolia, Canna glauca, Canna indica), p. 2. (Alpinia racemosa, Maranta arundinacea, Curcuma longa, Curcuma rotunda, Kaempferia galanga), p. 3. (Kaempferia rotunda), p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, Nyctanthes sambac, Nyctanthes undulata, Nyctanthes angustifolia), p. 7. (Jasminum officinale, Jasminum azoricum, Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum, Phillyrea angustifolia), p. 8. (Phillyrea latifolia, Olea europaea, Olea capensis), p. 9. (Syringa vulgaris, Syringa persica, Veronica virginica), p. 10. (Veronica spuria, Veronica maritima, Veronica longifolia, Veronica incana, Veronica spicata), p. 11. (Veronica hybrida, Veronica officinalis, Veronica bonarota, Veronica alpina), p. 12. (Veronica serpyllifolia, Veronica beccabunga, Veronica anagallis-aquatica, Veronica scutellata), p. 13. (Veronica multifida, Veronica chamaedrys, Veronica latifolia, Veronica agrestis, Veronica arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia), p. 14. (Veronica triphyllos, Veronica verna, Veronica romana, Veronica peregrina, Veronica marilandica), p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia echolium, Justicia betonica, Justicia hyssopifolia, Justicia procumbens, Justicia repens), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis), p. 16. (Justicia echioides, Justicia nasuta, Justicia purpurea, Justicia sexangularis), p. 17. (Gratiola dubia, Gratiola officinalis, Gratiola virginiana), p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena prismatica, Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 20. (Lycopus europaeus, Lycopus virginicus, Verbena bonariensis, Verbena hastata, Verbena nodiflora, Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria, Verbena urticifolia), p. 21. (Verbena supina, Ziziphora capitata, Ziziphora tenuior), p. 22. (Monarda clinopodia, Ziziphora acinoides), p. 23. (Salvia aegyptiaca, Salvia cretica, Salvia lyrata, Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia haematodes, Salvia horminum, Salvia pomifera, Salvia sylvestris, Salvia urticifolia, Salvia viridis>), p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia hispanica, Salvia mexicana, Salvia pratensis, Salvia pyrenaica, Salvia verbenaca), p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia africana-lutea, Salvia canariensis, Salvia glutinosa, Salvia indica, Salvia verticillata), p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica, Salvia ceratophylla, Salvia nutans, Salvia pinnata, Salvia sclaria), p. 28. (Piper betle, Piper nigrum), p. 29. (Piper aduncum, Piper amalago, Piper longum, Piper malamiris, Piper reticulatum, Piper siriboa), p. 30. (Piper acuminatum, Piper distachyon, Piper maculosum, Piper obtusifolium, Piper pellucidum, Piper peltatum, Piper rotundifolium, Piper trifolium, Piper umbellatum), p. 31. (Valeriana calcitrapae, Valeriana cornucopiae, Valeriana dioica, Valeriana officinalis, Valeriana rubra), p. 32. (Valeriana phu, Valeriana tripteris, Valeriana montana, Valeriana celtica), p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis, Valeriana locusta, Valeriana pyrenaica, Valeriana saxatilis, Valeriana tuberosa), p. 34. Valeriana mixta, Valeriana sibirica), p. 36. (Gladiolus communis, Ixia chinensis), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus, Gladiolus imbricatus, Gladiolus ramosus, Gladiolus spicatus), p. 38. (Iris biflora, Iris germanica, Iris pseudacorus, Iris pumila, Iris susiana), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima, Iris graminea, Iris sibirica, Iris spuria, Iris verna, Iris versicolor), p. 40. (Commelina communis, Iris persica, Iris sisyrinchium, Iris tuberosa, Iris xiphium), p. 41. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis, Commelina erecta, Commelina nudiflora, Commelina tuberosa, Commelina zanonia), p. 42. (Commelina axillaris), p. 42. (Schoenus mariscus), p. 44. (Schoenus albus, Schoenus glomeratus), p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon, Eriophorum virginicum), p. 58. (Panicum capillare, Panicum latifolium, Panicum patens), p. 59. (Panicum arborescens), p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 61. (Milium effusum), p. 63. (Agrostis virginica, Aira caerulea, Aira spicata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica, Aira arundinacea, Aira cespitosa, Aira spicata), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira canescens, Aira flexuosa, Aira montana, Aira praecox), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea), p. 68. (Poa capillaris), p. 71. (Uniola spicata), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus, Bromus purgans), p. 81. (Arundo epigejos), p. 82. (Arundo arenaria), p. 83. (Elymus arenarius), p. 87. (Eriocaulon decangulare, Eriocaulon setaceum, Eriocaulon sexangulare), p. 88. (Holosteum cordatum, Holosteum hirsutum, Holosteum succulentum), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia, Mollugo pentaphylla, Mollugo tetraphylla, Mollugo verticillata), p. 90. (Lechea major, Lechea minor), p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum, Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron proteoides, Leucadendron racemosum, Leucadendron repens), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon, Leucadendron cinaroides, Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 93. (Leucadendron conocarpodendron, Leucadendron cucullatum, Leucadendron cyanoides, Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron, Leucadendron serraria), p. 94. (Protea argentea), p. 95. (Cephalanthus occidentalis, Cephalanthus orientalis, Globularia alypum, Protea fusca), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia cordifolia, Globularia spinosa, Globularia vulgaris, ), p. 97. (Dipsacus fullonum, Dipsacus laciniatus, Dipsacus pilosus, Globularia nudicaulis, Globularia orientalis), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca. Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria, Scabiosa integrifolia, Scabiosa tatarica, Scabiosa triandra), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana, Scabiosa argentea, Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa cretica, Scabiosa pterocephala, Scabiosa stellata), p. 101. (Hedyotis auricularia, Hedyotis fruticosa, Scabiosa ochroleuca), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea, Sherardia arvensis, Spermacoce hispida), p. 103. (Asperula arvensis, Asperula odorata, Asperula taurina, Sherardia fruticosa, Sherardia muralis). p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Galium bermudense, Galium palustre, Galium rubioides, Galium trifidum, Houstonia caerulea, Houstonia purpurea), p. 106. (Galium minutum, Galium pusillum, Galium saxatilis, Galium spurium, Galium tinctorium, Galium uliginosum), p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium mollugo, Galium purpureum, Galium rubrum, Galium verum), p. 108. (Crucianella angustifolia, Galium aparine, Galium boreale, Galium parisiense, Galium rotundifolium, Galium scabrum), p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa, Crucianella latifolia, Crucianella maritima, Crucianella monspeliaca, Rubia peregrina, Rubia tinctorum), p. 110. (Ixora alba, Ixora coccinea), p. 111. (Pennaea mucronata, Penaea sarcocolla), p. 112. (Pennaea squamosa). p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica, Plantago lanceolata, Plantago media, Plantago virginica), p. 114. (Plantago albicans [x2], Plantago alpina, Plantago cretica, Plantago lagopus, Plantago maritima), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus, Plantago loflingii, Plantago psyllium, Plantago subulata), p. 116. (Plantago cynops), p. 118. (Ludvigia alternifolia, Ptelea trifoliata, Ptelea viscosa), p. 119. (Ammannia latifolia, Ludvigia perennis, Oldenlandia biflora, Oldenlandia corymbosa, Oldenlandia umbellata), p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera, Ammannia ramosior). p. 121. (Elaeagnus angustifolia, Elaeagnus latifolia), p. 122. (Camphorosma acuta, Camphorosma glabra, Camphorosma monspeliaca), p. 123. (Alchemilla alpina, Alchemilla pentaphylla, Alchemilla vulgaris), p. 125. (Ilex aquifolium, Ilex asiatica, Ilex cassine, Ilex cuneifolia, Ilex dodonaea), p. 126. (Potamogeton crispum, Potamogeton densum, Potamogeton incens, Potamogeton natans, Potamogeton perfoliatum, Potamogeton serratum), p. 127. (Potamogeton compressum, Potamogeton gramineum, Potamogeton marinum, Potamogeton pectinatum, Potamogeton pusillum, Potamogeton setaceum), p. 128. (Tillaea aquatica), p. 129. (Tillaea rubra), p. 130. (Heliotropium supinum, Heliotropium curassavicum, Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium indicump. 130. (Heliotropium supinum), p. 131. (Heliotropium orientale, Myosotis apula, Myosotis lappula, Myosotis virginiana), p. 132. (Lithospermum officinale, Lithospermum virginianum), p. 133. (Anchusa officinalis, Anchusa orientalis, Anchusa undulata), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium, Cynoglossum linifolium, Cynoglossum officinale, Cynoglossum virginianum), p. 135. (Cynoglossum omphaloides, Pulmonaria angustifolia, Pulmonaria officinalis, Pulmonaria sibirica, Pulmonaria virginica), p. 136. (Cerinthe major, Pulmonaria maritima. Symphytum officinale, Symphytum orientale, Symphytum tuberosum), p. 137. (Borago indica, Borago officinalis, Cerinthe echioides, Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor), p. 268. (Viburnum acerifolium, Viburnum nudum), p. 999. (Liquidambar peregrina), p. 1000. (Pinus cembra, Pinus pinea, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus taeda), p. 1001. (Pinus cedrus, Pinus larix, Pinus picea, Pinus strobus), p. 1002. (Cupressus sempervirens, Pinus abies, Pinus balsamea), p. 1003. (Cupressus disticha, Cupressus thyoides), p. 1040. (Juniperus communis), p. 1102. (Lycopodium obscurum), Lycopodium selago), p. 1004. (Lycopodium complanatum)]; [1763: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, 2nd edition, p. 1421. (Pinus canadensis)]; [1768: P. Miller, The Gardeners Dictionary, p. ABI–ABI. (Abies mariana)]; [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Pinus glauca)]
   folio - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Alopecurus monspeliensis), p. 107. (Galium purpureum), p. 109. (Siphonanthus indica)]
   foliorum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris aphylla, Iris variegata), p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale), p. 58. (Panicum clandestinum, Panicum miliaceum), p. 59. (Panicum brevifolium), p. 131. (Myosotis scorpioides)]
foliosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: leafy
   foliosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus esculentus, Cyperus iria, Cyperus longus), p. 46. (Cyperus odoratus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus)]
   foliosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum virginicum, p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa), p. 131. (Myosotis apula), p. 137. (Borago indica)]
   foliosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Verbena ovubica), p. 115. (Plantago psyllium)]
   folioso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia foliosa), p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea, Schoenus albus, Schoenus glomeratus), p. 45. (Cyperus haspan), Cyperus longus), p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus, Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus)]
   folioso - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum. p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus), p. 54. (Bobartia indica)]
folliculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: follicle
forma, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: shape
-formis, -formis, -forme - adjective, group B: -shaped (type of shape given by prefix)
formo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to form
fortiter - adverb: strongly
fovea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: pit, small pit
frigus, frigoris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: cold
frons, frondis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: frond, branchlet
   frondibus - ablative plural; as branchlet [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Cupressus sempervirens), p. 1003. (Cupressus thyoides)]
fructifer, -a, -um - adjective, group A: fruit-bearing
   fructiferis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia viridis), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
fructus, fructus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: fruit
   fructibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p. 106. (Galium spurium, Galium tinctorium), p. 108. (Galium parisiense), p. 119. (Oldenlandia uniflora), p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum), p. 136. (Cerinthe major), p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
   fructu - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 108. (Galium aparine), p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]    fructu - [case?] singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium uliginosum)]
frutex, fruticis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: shrub
   frutex - nominative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
fruticosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: fruticose, shrubby
   fruticosa - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia betonica, Justicia hyssopifolia)]
   fruticoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 92. (Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 95. (Globularia alypum), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana), p. 103. (Sherardia fruticosa)]
   fruticosum - nominative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Lithospermum fruticosum)]
furcatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: forked
   furcatoque = ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena spicata) + -que (and)
fusco, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to darken

- G -
galea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: hood
   galea - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia echolium), p. 23. (Salvia lyrata), p. 24. (Salvia viridis), p. 25. Salvia pratensis)]
gemellus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: paired
   gemellis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa)]
geminus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: two together, paired
   geminis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Schoenus glomeratus), p. 57. (Panicum compositum, Panicum sanguinale), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea), p. 136. (Cerinthe major), p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
   geminis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
   geminis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1000. (Pinus pinea, Pinus sylvestris)]
gemma, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: bud
geniculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: geniculate, bent abruptly
   geniculato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia purpurea)]
geniculum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: node, joint
   geniculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium spurium), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
genus, generis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: genus
germen, germinis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: ovary
   germinibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris graminea), Iris sibirica, Iris spuria, (Iris versicolor), Iris virginica]
   germinis - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris sisyrinchium)]
gero, gerere, gessi, gestum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to bear
gibbosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: gibbous
   gibboso - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia gibba)]
glaber, glabra, glabrum - adjective, group A: glabrous
   glabra - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 102. (Spermacoce tenuior, Spermacoce verticillata)]
   glabris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p.106. (Galium spurium)]
   glabris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa pratensis), p.. 85. (Triticum aestivum), p. 91. (Leucadendron repens)]
   glabris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica serpyllifolia, p. 14. Veronica peregrina), p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 28. (Piper nigrum), p. 41. (Commelina africana), p. 81. (Arundo epigejos), p. 106. (Galium minutum, Galium tinctorium), p. 108. (Galium boreale), p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica), p. 122. (Camphorosma acuta, Camphorosma glabra), p. 123. (Alchemilla pentaphylla), p. 130. (Heliotropium curassavicum, Heliotropium orientale), p. 138. (Cynoglossum linifolium), p. 1000. (Pinus sylvestris)]
   glabro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Commelina communis), p. 133. (Anchusa virginiana)]
   glabro - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra)]
glabresco, -ere, —, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to make bare
glans, glandis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: gland
glaucus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: glaucous
   glaucis - ablative plural neuter [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Picea glauca)]
globosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: spherical
   globoso - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Scirpus michelianus)]
glochin, glochidis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: barb
   glochidibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 131. (Myosotis lappula, Myosotis virginiana)]
glomero, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to gather into a cluster
   glomerata - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Dactylis glomeratus)]
   glomeratis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus, Scirpus supinus), p. 56. (Panicum italicum)]
   glomerato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus), p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus)]
gluma, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: glume
   gluma - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus lima)]
   glumarum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris oryzoides), p. 84. (Secale cereale, Secale villosum)]
   glumis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 54. (Phalaris canariensis), p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli), p. 59. (Panicum virgatum), p. 63. (Aira cristata), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus, Bromus purgans), p. 77. (Bromus sterilis), p. 84. (Secale creticum, Secale orientale), p. 85. (Triticum aestivum), p. 86. (Triticum hybernum, Triticum turgidum)]
-glumis, -glumis, -glume - adjective, group B: -glumed (description/number of glume(s) given by prefix)
glutinosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: glutinose
   glutinosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pratensis)]
gracilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: slender
graciliter - adverb: slenderly
gradatim - adverb: gradually
gradus, gradus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: grade
gramen, graminis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: grass
grandis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: large, tall
granularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: granular
granum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: grain
   granis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus iria)]
grosse - adverb: thickly, coarsely
gynaecium, -i - see gynoecium
gynoecium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: gynoecium
gynophorum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: gynophore

- H -
habeo, habere, habui, habitum - verb, 2nd conjugation: to have
habitus, habitus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: habit
hastatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: hastate
   hastatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena hastata)]
   hastato-triangularibus = hastato- (combining form of group A adjective hastatus, -a, -um) + triangularibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia canariensis)]
hebetatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dull, not shiny
helicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: coiled, spirally twisted
herba, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: herb, herbaceous plant
herbaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: herbaceous
   herbacea - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia chinensis), p. 96. (Globularia vulgaris), p. 118. (Cornus canadensis, Cornus suecica)]
   herbaceo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper pellucidum), p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea)]
hermaphroditus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bisexual, hermaphroditic
   hermaphroditis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare), p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon), p. 86. (Triticum spelta)]
   hermaphrodito - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena elatior)]
hic, haec, hoc - demonstrative pronoun (may function as an adjective): this
hiems, hiemis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: winter
hirsutus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: hairy
   hirsuta - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago lagopus)]
   hirsutis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Festuca cristata), p. 84. (Secale orientale), p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron)]
   hirsutis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica), p. 79. (Avena sibirica), p. 88. (Holosteum hirsutum), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala), p. 114. (Plantago albicans, Plantago alpina), p. 122. (Camphorosma monspeliaca)]
   hirsuto - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum italicum)]
hispidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: hispid
   hispida - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 102. (Spermacoce hispida)]
   hispidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica alpina), p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 108. (Galium parisiense), p. 119. (Oldenlandia uniflora)]
   hispidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula)]
   hispidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium pusillum), p. 108. (Galium boreale, Galium rotundifolium, Galium scabrum), p. 131. (Myosotis apula), p. 137. (Cerinthe echioides)]
   hispidiusculis = hispidi- (combining form of group A adjective hispidus, -a, -um) + ablative plural masculine of -usculus, -i, -um [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris)]
   hispido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa tatarica), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
homomorphus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: homomorphic
horizontalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: horizontal
   horizontalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Cyperus strigosus)]
humilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: low
hybrida, -ae - noun, 1st declension, masculine: hybrid
hypocotylus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: hypocotyl

- I -
ignotus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: unknown
imberbis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: beardless
   imberbibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima, Iris graminea, Iris persica, Iris sibirica, Iris spuria, Iris verna), Iris versicolor, Iris virginica, p. 40. (Iris sisyrinchium), Iris tuberosa, Iris xiphium]
   imberbibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 66. (Melica altissima, Melica nutans)]
imbricatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: imbricate
   imbricata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus palustris), p. 64. (Aira arundinacea)]
   imbricatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus imbricatus), p. 99. (Scabiosa tatarica), p. 112. (Plantago major)]
   imbricatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia hispanica), p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus), p. 78. (Bromus aristatus), p. 85. (Triticum aestivum), p. 86. (Triticum hybernum, Triticum turgidum), p. 133. (Anchusa officinalis)]
   imbricatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Commelina tristata), p. 69. (Poa chinensis), p. 85. (Hordeum distichon), p. 95. (Protea fusca), p. 1002. (Cupressus sempervirens), p. 1003. (Cupressus thyoides, Cppressus disticha)]
   imbricato-florifera = imbricato- (combining form of group A adjective imbricatus, -a, -um) + florifera - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dissectum)]
immineo, -ere, —, — - verb, 3rd conjugation (takes dative): to project over
immixtus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: intermixed[?]
   immixtis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum italicum)]
imus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: lowest
   imis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana mixta)]
in - preposition (takes accusative or ablative): in, on, into, at
   in [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus supinus), p. 126/ (Ptamogeton incens)]
inaequalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: unequal
   inaequali - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus)]
   inaequalibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus), p. 62. (Agrostis stolonifera)]
   inaequalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Commelina communis), p. 41. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis, Commelina erecta), p. 63. (Aira cristata)]
   inaequalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Galium palustre)]
inaequaliter - adverb: unequally
   inaequaliter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica maritima), p. 21. (Lycopus virginicus), p. 27. (Salvia nutans)]
incido, -ere-, -di, -sum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cut deeply
   incisis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica agrestis, Veronica incisis), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana)]
inclino, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to lean
   inclinatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca amethystina)]
includo, includere, inclusi, inclusum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to enclose
   inclusis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 102. (Spermacoce tenuior)]
incrasso, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to thicken
   incrassatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia arabica), p. 41. (Commelina zanonia)]
   incrassato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula lusitanica)]
incumbens, incumbens, incumbens - adjective, group B: incumbent
   incumbentibus - present active participle, [ablative plural?] [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum p. 26. (Salvia verticillata)]
incurvo, -are, -avi, atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to curve inward
incurvus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: curved inward
   incurva - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus ciliatis)]
   incurvis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium minutum)]
   incurvo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa nemoralis)]
inde - adverb: then
indivisus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: undivided
   indivisis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena urticifolia)]
   indivisis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 32. (Valeriana phu)]
   indiviso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus)]
indumentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: indumentum
induro, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to make hard
inermis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: unarmed
   inermibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 122. (Camphorosma glabra)]
   inermis - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 519. (Mimosa virgata)]
inferne - adverb: below
   inferne [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira canescens), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula), p. 127. (Potamogeton marinum)]
inferus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: lower
   inferiore - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia verticillata)]
   inferioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 83. (Elymus canadensis)]
   inferioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes sambac), p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula tinctoria)]
inflo, inflare, inflavi, inflatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to fill with air
   inflatis - perfect past participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
inflorescentia, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: inflorescence
infra - preposition (takes accusative): below
infringo, infringere, infregi, infractum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to bend sharply
   infracto - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Alopecurus geniculatus)]
insero, -ere, -ui, -tum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to insert
instruo, instruere, instruxi, instructum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to provide (with)
integer, integra, integrum - adjective, group A: entire
   integra - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca bromoides)]
   integris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus caeruleus)]
   integris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera), p. 92. (Leucadendron cinaroides), p. 97. (Globularia orientalis), p. 137. (Cerinthe minor)]
   integrisque - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 95. (Globularia alypum)) + -que (and)
integerrimus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: completely entire
   integerrimis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica scutellata), p. 14. (Veronica peregrina), p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia, Justicia procumbens), p. 16. (Justicia nasuta, Justicia purpurea, Justicia sexangularis), p. 26. (Salvia africana-lutea), p. 30. (Valeriana rubra), p. 32. (Valeriana celtica), p. 33. (Valeriana tuberosa), p. 96. (Globularia spinosa), p. 97. (Globularia nudicaulis), p. 115. (Plantago psyllium), p. 268. (Viburnum nudum)]
inter - preposition (takes accusative): between
interdum - adverb: sometimes, usually
interglandulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: interglandular
interior, interior, interius - comparative degree, adjective, group B: inner
   interiore - comparative degree, ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea)]
   interiore - comparative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus lima)]
   interioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus)]
intermedius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: intermediate
   intermedia - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus)]
   intermediis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula tinctoria)]
   intermedio - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Globularia cordifolia)]
   intermedio - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 86. (Triticum spelta)]
internus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: in(side)
   internis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris foetidissima)]
interstaminalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: interstaminal
interstinguo, ... ???
   interstinctis - ???
intra - preposition (takes accusative): within
   intra [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum clandestinum)]
introrse - adverb: introrsely, toward the axis
intus - preposition (takes ablative): inside
inundo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to flood
involucellum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: involucel
   involucellis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum glaucum)]
involucratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: having an involucre
   involucratis - ablative plural masculine [1753:: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 101. (Hedyotis fruticosa)]
involucrum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: involucre
   involucri - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans, Schoenus ferrugineus)]
   involucris - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Commelina tristata), p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 84. (Elymus caput-medusae), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum)]
   o;involucrisque = ablative plural of involucrum [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum jubatum)) + -que (and)
   involucro - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Monarda ciliata), p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus, Schoenus mucronatus), p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus, Schoenus compressus), p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus), p. 52. (Scirpus glomeratus, Scirpus michelianus), p. 54. (Bobartia indica), p. 84. (Elymus virginicus), p. 117. (Cornus florida), p. 560. (Elymus hystrix)]
  &nbp;involucrum - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 117. (Cornus mas)]
involuo, -ere, -ui, -utum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to roll back on oneself
   involuta - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Alopecurus monspeliensis)]
   involutis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Uniola spicata), p. 82. (Arundo arenaria)]
   involuto-subulatis = involuto- (combining form of perfect passive participle of 3rd conjugation verb involuo, -ere, -ui, --utum) + i>subulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis virginica)]
involvo, involvere, involui, involutum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to roll back on oneself
   involventibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Speces Plantarum. p. 93. (Leucadendron cucullatum)]
irregularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: irregular
irregulariter - adverb: irregularly

- J -
juvenilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: young
juvenis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: young

- K -

- L -
labellum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: labellum
labium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: lip
   labio - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia verticillata), p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica)]
lacer, -a, -um - adjective, group A: torn
   laceris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Ixia africana)]
lacinia, -ae - noun, 1st declension: edge
   lacinia - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   laciniis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea)]
laevis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: smooth
   laevibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira aquatica), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea), p. 268. (Viburnum acerifolium), p. 1002. (Thuja occidentalis)]
   laevibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum virgatum), p. 86. (Triticum hybernum)]
   laevibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda clinopodia), p. 79. (Avena sativa), p. 108. (Galium rotundifolium), p. 132. (Lithospermum officinale, Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum), p. 1000. (Pinus cembra), p. 1002. (Pinus abies)]
lamina, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: blade
lanatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: woolly
   lanatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Stipa pennata)]
   lanatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica, Salvia ceratophylla), p. 114. (Plantago maritima)]
   lanato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago cretica)]
lanceolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: lanceolate
   lanceolatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia repens), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens), p. 70. (Briza eragrostis)]
   lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna angustifolia, Canna glauca), p. 2. (Curcuma longa), p. 3. (Kaempferia rotunda), p. 6. (Nyctanthes angustifolia), p. 7. (Phillyrea angustifolia), p. 8. (Olea europaea), p. 9. (Syringa persica), p. 10. Veronica longifolia), p. 12. (Veronica anagallis-aquatica, p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia, Justicia procumbens), p. 17. (Gratiola officinalis, Gratiola virginiana, p. 19. (Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 20. (Verbena bonariensis), p. 21. (Ziziphora tenuior), p. 23. (Salvia cretica), p. 30. (Valeriana rubra), p. 32. (Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana tuberosa), p. 41. (Commelina africana), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron repens), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon, Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 94. (Protea argentea), p. 95. (Globularia alypum), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia vulgaris), p. 97. (Globularia nudicaulis), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa syriaca), p. 99. (Scabiosa integrifolia, Scabiosa tatarica), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea, Scabiosa cretica), p. 101. (Hedyotis fruticosa), p. 103. (Asperula odorata), p. 106. (Galium minutum, Galium spurium, Galium uliginosum), p. 108. (Galium aparine, Galium boreale), p. 109. (Crucianella latifolia), p. 113. (Plantago lanceolata), p. 114. (Plantago lagopus), p. 118. (Ludvigia alternifolia), p. 119. (Ludvigia perennis, Oldenlandia biflora), p. 121. (Elaeagnus angustifolia), p. 126. (Potamogeton crispum, Potamogeton incens, Potamogeton serratum), p. 127. (Potamogeton setaceum), p. 131. (Myosotis lappula), p. 132. (Lithospermum officinale), p. 133. (Anchusa officinalis), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium), p. 135. (Pulmonaria angustifolia, Pulmonaria virginica)]
   lanceolato-linearibus = lanceolato- (combining form of group A adjective lanceolatus, -a, -um) + linearibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica peregrina), p. 16. (Justicia echioides), p. 104. (Asperula pyrenaica), p. 114. (Plantago alpina, Plantago cretica), p. 130. (Heliotropium curassavicum), p. 137. Cerinthe echioides)]
   lanceolato-ovatis = lanceolato- (combining form of group A adjective lanceolatus, -a, -um) + ovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Curcuma rotunda), p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia betonica, Justicia echolium), p. 16. (Justicia nasuta), p. 17. (Gratiola dubia), p. 23. (Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera), p. 25. (Salvia hispanica), p. 29. (Piper amalago), p. 30. (Piper acuminatum), p. 95. (Protea fusca), p. 97. (Globularia orientalis), p. 98. (Scabiosa succisa), p. 101. (Hedyotis auricularia), p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p. 113. (Plantago virginica), p. 268. (Viburnum nudum)]
largus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: large, long
late - adverb: broadly
lateralis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: lateral [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Blitum virgatum)]
   laterales - ablative[?] plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron cucullatum)]
   laterali - [case?] singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus)]
   laterali - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus romanus)]
   lateralibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Curcuma longa, Curcuma rotunda), p. 4. (Corispermum hyssopifolium), p. 11. (Veronica officinalis), p. 12. Veronica anagallis-aquatica, Veronica beccabunga, Veronica scutellata), p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys, Veronica latifolia, Veronica multifida), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis), p. 21. (Ziziphora tenuior), p. 22. (Ziziphora acinoides), p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea, Schoenus glomeratus), p. 58. (Panicum latifolium), p. 63. (Agrostis indica), p. 85. (Hordeum distichon, Hordeum murinum, Hordeum zeocriton), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 90. (Lechea major, Minuartia montana), p. 129. (Tillaea rubra), p. 131. (Heliotropium orientale)]
   lateralibus) - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia procumbens), p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris, Scirpus setaceus), p. 119. (Oldenlandia umbellata)]
lateraliter - adverb (formed from group B adjective lateralis, -is, -e): laterally
latitudo, latitudinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: width
latus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: wide, broad
   latioribus - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton gramineum)]
   latis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Festuca cristata)]
   lato-lanceolatis = lato- (combining form of group A adjective latus, -a, -um) + lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 125. (Ilex asiatica), p. 134. (Cynoglossum officinale)]
latus, lateris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: side (of)
laxe - adverb: loosely
laxus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: open [in arrangement]
   laxa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum miliaceum), p. 63. (Agrostis alba), p. 64. (Aira minuta), p. 68. (Poa capillaris), p. 80. (Avena flavescens), p. 81. (Arundo phragmites)]
   laxiore - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira spicata)]
   laxis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum), p. 19. (Verbena prismatica), p. 113. (Plantago virginica)]
legumen, leguminis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: legume, pod
lemma, lemmatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: lemma
levis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: light in weight
leviter - adverb: lightly, slightly
liber, libera, liberum - adjective, group A: free
ligneus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: woody
lignum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: wood
ligula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: ligule
ligulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ligulate
limbus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: limb
   limbis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus), p. 92. (Leucadendron cinaroides)]
linea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: line
   linea - ablative singular (Pinus balsamea)
linearis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: linear
   lineari - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum), p. 55. (Phalaris crucaeformis), p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum, Panicum dissectum), p. 75. (Festuca maritima)]
   linearibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica bonarota)]
   linearibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum. p. 45. (Cyperus rotundus), p. 46. (Cyperus fuscus), p. 47. (Cyperus strigosus), p. 57. (Panicum compositum), p. 67. (Poa aquatica), p. 68. (Poa amabilis), p. 72. (Cynosurus indicus), p. 77. (Bromus tectorum)]
   linearibus - ablative plural neuter
      [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica scutellata), p. 14. (Veronica marilandica), p. 33. (Valeriana locusta), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus, Gladiolus ramosus, Gladiolus spicatus), p. 39. (Iris graminea, Iris sibirica), p. 42. (Commelina axillaris), p. 101. (Scabiosa ochroleuca), p. 104. (Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Galium bermudense, Galium trifidum), p. 106. (Galium pusillum, Galium tinctorium), p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium mollugo, Galium rubrum, Galium verum), p. 108. (Crucianella angustifolia, Galium parisiense), p. 114. (Plantago cretica), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus, Plantago loflingii), p. 119. (Oldenlandia umbellata), p. 122. (Camphorosma monspeliaca), p. 127. (Potamogeton compressum, Potamogeton marinum, Potamogeton pusillum), p. 131. (Heliotropium orientale), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
      [1763: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, 2nd edition, p. 1421. (Pinus canadensis)]
      [1768: P. Miller, The Gardeners Dictionary, p. ABI–ABI. (Abies mariana)]
   lineari-lanceolatis = lineari- (combining form of group B adjective linearis, -is, -e) + lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia aegyptiaca), p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora, Commelina zanonia), p. 58. (Panicum patens), p. 90. (Lechea minor), p 102. (Hedyotis herbacea), p. 114. (Plantago albicans), p. 119. (Oldenlandia corymbosa), p. 127. (Potamogeton gramineum), p. 138. (Cynoglossum linifolium)]
   lineari-setaceis = lineari- (combining form of group B adjective linearis, -is, -e) + setaceis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium purpureum)]
lobatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A; lobed
   lobata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Festuca cristata)]
   lobatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 123. (Alchemilla vulgaris), p. 268. (Viburnum acerifolium)]
lobus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: lobe
   lobis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa tatarica)]
locularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: locular
longe - adverb: long
longitudinalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: longitudinal
longitudinaliter - adverb (formed from group B adjective longitudinalis, -is, -e): longitudinally
   longitudinaliter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum brevifolium)]
longitudo, longitudinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: length
   longitudine - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula vulgaris), p. 38. (Iris aphylla, Iris variegata), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima), p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus)]
longus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: long
   longa - ablative singular feminine [Linnaeus (1753), p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans)]
   longiore - comparative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus), p. 38. (Iris germanica, Iris susiana) p. 114. (Plantago albicans)]
   longiore - comparative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira montana), p. 84. (Elymus virginicus)]
   longiore - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea, Agrostis miliacea)]
   longioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum odoratum), p. 63. (Aira cristata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica), p. 78. (Stipa juncea), p. 80. (Avena fragilis, Avena spicata), p. 89. (Minuartia campestris), p. 90. (Minuartia montana), p. 119. (Oldenlandia biflora)]
   longioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [(1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Monarda ciliata), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica, Avena sibirica), p. 134. (Cynoglossum cheirifolium)]
   longioribus - comparative degree. ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica), p. 27. (Salvia sclarea), p. 40. (Iris persica), p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 107. (Galium purpureum)]
   longis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena curassavica), p. 20. (Verbena hastata), p. 109. (Crucianella monspeliaca)]
   longissima - superlative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Phleum pratense)]
   longissimam - superlative degree, accusative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
   longissimis - superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea)]
   longissimis - superlative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Verbena ovubica), p. 19. (Verbena jamaicensis)]
   longissimis - superlative degree, ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum jubatum)]
   longissimo - superlative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus sativus), p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
   longissimo - superlative degree, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus)]
   longo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Scirpus michelianus)]
loriformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: lorate
luridus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dull yellow
lyratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: lyrate
   lyratis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia lyrata), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica)]

- M -
macula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spot, blotch
magis - adverb: more
magnitudo, magnitudinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: size
magnus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: large
   majore - comparative degree, ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus)]
   majore - comparative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca decumbens)]
   majoribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia horminum), p. 106. (Galium uliginosum), p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera)]
   maximo - superlative degree neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 117. ( Cornus florida)]
margo, marginis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: margin
   margine - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus mariscus), p. 151. (Phlox paniculata)]
marginalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: marginal
marginatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: margined (often prefixed with a combining form of another adjective to describe the margin)
mas, maris - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: male
masculinus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: male
masculus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: masculine
   masculis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum distichon, Hordeum murinum, Hordeum zeocriton)]
   masculo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena elatior)]
matrix, matricis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: matrix
maturo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to ripen
maturus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: mature
medium - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: middle
   medio - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus supinus), p. 64. (Aira spicata)]
megaspora, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: megaspore
membranaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: membranous
   membranacea - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum, Panicum dissectum)]
   membranaceis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 115. (Plantago loflingii)]
   membranaceis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis)]
microspora, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: microspore
minimus, -a, -um - adjective, superlative degree of group A adjective parvus, -a, -um: smallest
   minimis - ablative plural masculine (1768: P. Miller, The Gardeners Dictionary, p. ABI–ABI. (Abies mariana)
   minimo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. Globularia cordifolia)]
minor, minor, minus - comparative degree of group A adjective parvus, -a, -um: smaller
   minoribus - comparative degree of group A adjective parvus, -a, -um, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
minuo, minuere, minui, minutum - verb, 3rd conjugation:to reduce in number
   minutissimis - perfect passive participle, superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca myuros)]
minute - adverb: minutely
mollis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: soft
monandrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with one stamen
   monandris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana calcitrapae, Valeriana rubra)]
monocarpium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: monocarp
monoecius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: monoecious
monomorphus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: monomorphic
monophyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: one-leaved
   monophyllo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus compressus)]
mucro, mucronis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: mucro
mucronatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sharply pointed, mucronate
   mucronatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius)]
   mucronatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia echolium), p. 69. (Poa nemoralis)]
   mucronatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 96. (Globularia spinosa), p. 106. (Galium minutum, Galium uliginosum), p. 107. (Galium mollugo), p. 1002. (Pinus abies), p. 1040. (Juniperus communis)]
   mucronato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus)]
   mucronato-pungentibus = mucronato- (combining form of group A adjective muucronatus, -a, -um) + pungentibus (present active participle, ablative plural neuter of 3rd conjugation verb pungo, pungere, pupugi, punctum) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 82. (Arundo arenaria), p. 83. (Elymus arenarius)]
   mucronato-tuberosis - mucronato- (combining form of group A adjective mucronatus, -a, -um) + tuberosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria), p. 25. (Salvia hispanica)]
multifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: split many ways
   multifido-laciniatis = multifido- (combining form of group A adjective multifidus, -a, -um) + laciniatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria), p. 93. (Leucadendron serraria), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala)]
multifloris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: many-flowered
   multifloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Chionanthus zeylonica), Oldenlandia corymbosa)]
   multifloro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris aphylla, Iris biflora, Iris germanica, Iris variegata)]
multiplex, multiplex, multiplex - adjective, group B: multiple, many of the same kind
multo - adverb: much
multoties - adverb: many times
   multoties [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum)]
multum - adverb: greatly
munio, -ire, -ivi, -itus - verb, 4th conjugation: to provide with, to arm
muticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without a point, awnless
   mutica - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea), p. 63. (Agrostis indica, Agrostis minima, Agrostis virginica), p. 64. (Aira arundinacea), p. 83. (Lolium perenne)]
   muticis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris, Agrostis stolonifera), p. 63. (Agrostis alba, Aira caerulea, Aira cristata, Aira spicata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica, Aira minuta), p. 85. (Hordeum distichon, Hordeum zeocriton)]
   muticis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale)]
   muticis - ablative plural feminine [Linnaeus (1753), p. 74. (Festuca myuros), p. 75. (Festuca decumbens, Festuca fluitans)]
   mutico - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 79. (Avena elatior)]

- N -
nascor, nasci, natus, — - verb: to be born
   nascentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
nato, natare, matavi, natatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to swim, to float
    natantibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton natans)]
nec - adverb: and not
nec ... nec - conjunction: neither ... nor
nectar, nectaris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: nectar
nectarium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: nectary
   nectarii - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula lusitanica)]
   nectario - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula alpina, Pinguicula vulgaris), p. 18. (Utricularia gibba, Utricularia minor, Utricularia subulata, Utricularia vulgaris)]
-nervis, -nervis, -nerve - adjective, group B: -nerved (description/number of nerve(s)/vein(s) given by prefix)
-nervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: -nerved, -veined (description/number of nerve(s)/vein(s) sometimes given by a prefix)
nervosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nerved, veined
   nervosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna angustifolia, Canna indica), p. 30. (Piper acuminatum), p. 132. (Lithospermum virginianum)]
nervus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: nerve
   nervis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Curcuma longa, Curcuma rotunda), p. 29. (Piper aduncum, Piper malamiris)]
neuter, neutra, neutrum - adjective, group A: [neither?]
   neutro - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 86. (Triticum spelta)]
niger, nigra, nigrum - adjective, group A: black
nitidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: shiny
   nitidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa flava)]
-nodis, -nodis, -node - adjective, group B: -noded (description of node(s) given by prefix)
nodosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: knotted
   nodosis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale)]
nodus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: node
nomen, nominis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: name
non - adverb: not
novus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: new
nucleus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: nucleus
nudiusculo = [nudi - (combining form of group A adjective nudus, -a, -um) + (-usculo - ablative singular of dimunitive suffix -usculus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus), p. 73. (Festuca ovina)]
nudus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: naked
   nuda - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus mucronatus), p. 113. (Plantago lanceolata)]
   nudis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus elegans), p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 50. (Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 51. (Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum), p. 93. (Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea)]
   nudis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Stipa avenacea, Stipa juncea), p. 117. (Cornus sanguinea), p. 119. (Oldenlandia umbellata)]
   nudis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus purgans), (Myosotis apula)]
   nudo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum zerumbet, Amomum zingiber)), p. 11. (Veronica aphylla), [p. 18. (Utricularia bifida, Utricularia caerulea), p. 38. (Iris aphylla), p. 42. (Schoenus mucronatus), p. 43. (Schoenus compressus, Schoenus ferrugineus, Schoenus nigricans), p. 44. (Cyperus articulatus, Cyperus minimus), p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus esculentus), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus, Cyperus odoratus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus, Cyperus strigosus, Scirpus palustris), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus capitatus, Scirpus cespitosus, Scirpus geniculatus, Scirpus lacustris), p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris, Scirpus holoschoenus, Scirpus romanus, Scirpus setaceus, Scirpus supinus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus, Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus mucronatus), p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus), p. 97. (Globularia nudicaulis), p. 112. (Plantago major]]
nullus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: absent
   nullis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 118. (Cornus canadensis)]
   nullo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora)]
numerosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: numerous
   numerosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena spuria), p. 50. (Scirpus ferrugineus)]
   numerosis - ablative plural [feminine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Dactylis cynosuroides)]
   numerosissimus - superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Curcuma longa)]
numerus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: number
nunquam - adverb: never
nuto, nutare, nutavi, nutatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to nod
  &nbp;nutante - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago cretica)]
   nutante - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 66. (Melica nutans), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula, Festuca myuros), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus, Bromus purgans), p. 77. (Bromus arvensis, Bromus giganteus, Bromus tectorum)]

- O -
obellipticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: obelliptic
oblanceolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: oblanceolate
oblique - adverb: obliquely
obliquus, obliqua, obliquum - adjective, group A: oblique
   obliquis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 94. (Protea argentea)]
   obliquo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa annua), p. 69. (Poa compressa)]
oblongus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: oblong
   oblonga - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum zerumbet), p. 55. (Phalaris arundinacea), p. 58. (Panicum patens), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea, Alopecurus monspeliensis), p. 64. (Aira arundinacea), p. 69. (Poa tenella) p. 114. (Plantago alpina)]
   oblongis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron repens)]
   oblongis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron repens)]
   oblongis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus), p. 77. (Bromus sterilis)]
   oblongis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica romana), p. 24. (Salvia viridis), p. 26. (Salvia canariensis), p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica), p. 999. (Liquidambar peregrina)]
   oblongiusculus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Piper betle)]
   oblongo-cordatis = oblongo- (combining form of group A adjective oblongus, -a, -um + cordatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia sclaria)]
   oblongo-ovatis = oblongo- (combining form of group A adjective oblongus, -a, -um + ovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton natans)]
obovatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: obovate
   obovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo pentaphylla, Mollugo tetraphylla), p. 102. (Spermacoce hispida), p. 105. (Galium palustre), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis)]
obscure - adverb: darkly, indistinctly
obtego, obtegere, obtexi, obtectum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cover
obtundo, obtundere, obtudi, obtusum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to blunt
obtusatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: blunted
obtuse - adverb: obtusely
   obtuse [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica hybrida)]
obtusus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: blunt, obtuse
   obtus-angulo - obtus- (combining form of group A adjective obtusus, -a, -um) + angulo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda fistulosa)]
   obtusa - ablative singular feminine (Amomum zerumbet)
   obtusis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3., (Salicornia arabica, Salicornia europaea), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera), p. 63. (Aira spicata)]
   obtusis - ablative plural feminine p. 68. (Poa annua), p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius), p. 86. (Triticum turgidum), p. 98. (Scabiosa leucantha), p. 1002. (Thuja occidentalis)]
   obtusis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes angustifolia, Nyctanthes sambac), p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica spicata), p. 14. (Veronica peregrina), p. 16. (Justicia echioides), p. 17. (Gratiola virginiana), p. 19. (Verbena prismatica), p. 24. (Salvia horminum), p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia pyrenaica), p. 26. (Salvia canariensis), p. 30. (Piper peltatum), p. 32. (Valeriana celtica), p. 40. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis), p. 95. (Protea fusca), p. 105. (Galium bermudense), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis), p. 108. (Galium rotundifolium), p. 125. (Ilex asiatica), p. 127. (Potamogeton compressum), p. 129. (Tillaea rubra), p. 1001. (Pinus larix)]
   obtusiusculis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 136. (Cerinthe major)]
   obtusiusculis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 135. (Pulmonaria virginica)]
   obtusiusculis = obtusi- (combining form of group A adjective obtusus, -a, -um) + -usculis - ablative plural neuter [1763: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, 2nd edition, p. 1421. (Pinus canadensis)]
obverse - adverb: obversely [?]
   obverse [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper obtusifolium), p. 117. (Cornus florida)]
obvoluo, -ere, -ui, -utum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cover, to wrap around
   obvolvente [obvoluente] - present active participle, ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira canescens)]
   obvolutis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides)]
occulto, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to hide
   occultatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum clandestinum)]
ocrea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: ocrea
octifarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: eight-ranked
   octifariis - octi- (combining form of octo) + fariis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
octifloris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: eight-flowered
   octifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa amabilis)]
octoni, octonae, octona - adjective, group A: in a group of eight, eight at a time
   octonis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 103. (Asperula odorata), p. 106. (Galium minutum, Galium pusillum), p. 107. (Galium mollugo, Galium verum), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
odor, odoris - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: scent
omnino - adverb: wholly, entirely
omnis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: all
   omnibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena flavescens), p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare), p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon)]
   omnibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana officinalis), p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis), p. 37. (Antholyza cunonia, p. 99. (Scabiosa integrifolia), p. 102. (Sherardia arvensis), p. 137. (Borago officinalis)]
oppono, opponere, opposui, oppositum - verb, 3rd conjugation (commonly takes dative): to place opposite
   oppositis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 128. (Sagina virginica)]
   oppositis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum azoricum, Jasminum officinale), p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica longifolia, Veronica spicata), p. 11. (Veronica alpina, Veronica bonarota, Veronica hybrida, Veronica officinalis), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 95. (Cephalanthus occidentalis, Cephalanthus orientalis), p. 102. (Spermacoce hispida), p. 103. (Sherardia muralis), p. 119. (Ludvigia perennis), p. 126. (Potamogeton densum, Potamogeton serratum), p. 127. (Potamogeton pusillum, Potamogeton setaceum), p. 136. (Symphytum tuberosum), p. 137. (Borago indica)]
orbicularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: orbicular
orbiculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: orbiculate
   orbiculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper rotundifolium), p. 88. (Holosteum hirsutum)]
   orbiculato-cordatis = orbiculato- (combining form of group A adjective orbiculatus, -a, -um) + cordatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper peltatum)]
ordo, ordinis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: order
   ordinibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare)]
orificium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: opening
organum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: organ
orno, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to endow
originalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: original
os, oris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: mouth
osseus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bony
   osseis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus)]
ovalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: oval, elliptic
   ovali - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
   ovali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica)]
   ovalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia chinensis)]
   ovalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 110. (Ixora coccinea)]
ovarium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: ovary
ovatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ovate
   ovata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum zingiber), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus lacustris), p. 60. (Phleum arenarium), p. 81. (Ligurus ovatus)]
   ovati-lanceolatis = ovati- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 90. (Lechea major)]
   ovatis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus)]
   ovatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, (Justicia adhatoda, Justicia betonica, Justicia echolium), p. 19. (Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 50. (Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 70. (Briza media), p. 76. (Bromus secalinus, Bromus squarrosus, Festuca cristata) p. 98. (Scabiosa leucantha), p. 116. (Sanguisorba officinalis), p. 133. (Anchusa orientalis)]
   ovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna indica), p. 2. (Kaempferia galanga), p. 3. (Salicornia arabica), p. 6. (Nyctanthes angustifolia, Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, Nyctanthes sambac, Nyctanthes undulata), p. 8. (Olea capensis), p. 12. (Veronica beccabunga, Veronica serpyllifolia), p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys), p. 15. (Justicia repens), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis, Justicia purpurea, Justicia sexangularis), p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena prismatica), p. 21. (Ziziphora capitata), p. 22. (Ziziphora acinoides), p. 25. (Salvia mexicana), p. 28. (Piper betle, Piper nigrum), p. 29. (Piper malamiris), p. 30. ( Piper distachyon, Piper maculosum, Piper obtusifolium), p. 31. (Valeriana cornucopiae), p. 41. (Commelina benghalensis), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria), p. 107. (Galium mollugo), p. 108. (Galium rotundifolium, Galium scabrum), p. 111. (Penaea sarcocolla), p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica), p. 121. (Elaeagnus latifolia), p. 125. (Ilex aquifolium), p. 126. (Potamogeton densum), p. 130. (Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium supinum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum virginianum), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima, Symphytum orientale), p. 138. (Borago africana, p. 268. (Viburnum nudum)]
   ovatis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. Valeriana saxatilis)]
   ovato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans)]
   ovato-cordatis = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + cordatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 135. (Pulmonaria officinalis)]
   ovato-cylindracea = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + cylindracea - ablative singular feminine of cylindraceus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Phleum alpinum)]
   ovato-lanceolatis = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + lanceolatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72 (Cynosurus indicus)]
   ovato-lanceolatis = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + lanceolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper aduncum), p. 40. (Commelina communis), p. 41. (Commelina erecta, Commelina tuberosa), p. 58. (Panicum latifolium), p. 103. (Asperula taurina), p. 105. (Houstonia purpurea), p. 110. (Ixora alba), p. 113. (Plantago media), p. 125. (Ilex cassine), p. 136. (Symphytum officinale)]
   ovato-oblonga = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + oblonga - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum odoratum)]
   ovato-oblongis = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + oblongisis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa flava), p. 77. (Bromus arvensis)]
   ovato-oblongis = ovato- (combining form of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) + oblongis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia), p. 32. (Valeriana celtica, Valeriana montana), p. 59. (Panicum arborescens), p. 131. (Myosotis virginiana)]
ovoideus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ovoid
ovulum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: ovule

- P -
paene - adverb: almost
pagina, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: surface
palaris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: involving a stake
palatum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: palate
palea, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: palea
   palea - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica)]
paleaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: chaffy
   paleacea - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum vaginatum)]
pallide - adverb: palely
palustris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: marshy
panicula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: panicle
   panicula - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus mucronatus), p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus, Scirpus maritimus), p. 54. (Phalaris canariensis), p. 55. (Phalaris arundinacea, Phalaris crucaeformis, Phalaris oryzoides, Phalaris phleoides), p. 58. (Panicum capillare, Panicum miliaceum, Panicum patens), p. 58. (Panicum latifolium), p. 59. (Panicum virgatum), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea, Alopecurus monspeliensis), p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris), p. 63. (Agrostis alba, Agrostis indica, Agrostis minima, Agrostis virginica), p. 63. (Aira caerulea, Aira cristata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica, Aira arundinacea, Aira cespitosa, Aira minuta, Aira spicata), p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira flexuosa, Aira montana), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea, Melica altissima, Melica nutans), p. 67. (Poa alpina, Poa angustifolia, Poa aquatica, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 68. (Poa amabilis, Poa annua, Poa capillaris, Poa eragrostis, Poa flava, Poa pilosa), p. 69. (Poa compressa, Poa nemoralis, Poa tenella), p. 70. (Poa bulbosa), p. 71. (Dactylis glomeratus), p. 73. (Cynosurus paniceus, Festuca ovina), p. 74. (Festuca amethystina, Festuca duriuscula, Festuca rubra, Festuca myuros), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides, Festuca decumbens, Festuca elatior, Festuca fluitans), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus, Bromus purgans, Bromus secalinus, Bromus squarrosus, Festuca cristata), p. 77. (Bromus arvensis, Bromus giganteus, Bromus hordeaceus, Bromus sterilis, Bromus tectorum), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana, Avena pensylvanica), p. 80. (Avena fatua, Avena flavescens, Avena pratensis), p. 81. (Arundo donax, Arundo epigejos, Arundo phragmites), p. 89. (Mollugo tetraphylla), p. 108. (Galium rotundifolium)]
   paniculae - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra, Agrostis stolonifera), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus)]
   paniculam - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira canescens)]
   paniculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dichotomum)]
paniculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: paniculate
   paniculata - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Uniola paniculata), p. 79. (Avena sibirica)]
   paniculatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum paniculatum), p. 54. (Saccharum officinaram), p. 89. (Mollugo pentaphylla), p. 90. (Lechea minor)]
   paniculatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Chionanthus zeylon)]
   paniculato-spicatis = paniculato- (combining form of group A adjective paniculatus, -a, -um) + spicatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira praecox)]
   paniculatum - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum brevifolium, Panicum arborescens)]
[?]ica), p. 20. (Verbena officinalis, Verbena urticifolia)]
papilla, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: papilla
pappus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: pappus
   pappo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana mixta), p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala)]
par, paris - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: pair
parallelus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: parallel
   parallelis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton pectinatum)]
parenchyma, parenchymatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: parenchyma
paries, parietis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: wall
pars, partis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: part, portion
   parte - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra)]
parum - adverb: slightly
parvus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: small (see minor, minor, minus for comparative degree)
   parva - accusative[?], singular, neuter[?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
pateo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 2nd conjugation: to spread out
   patente - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris), p. 64. (Aira aquatica, Aira cespitosa), p. 68. (Poa amabilis, Poa eragrostis, Poa pilosa), p. 76. (Bromus secalinus), p. 80. (Avena fatua)]
   patente - present active participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus), p. 58. (Panicum patens)]
   patentibus - present active participle, ablative plural masculine, [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium mollugo), p. 137. (Borago officinalis)]
   patentibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine, [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon)]
   patentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum zeocriton), p. 127. (Potamogeton pusilum), p. 1003. (Cupressus disticha), p. 1040. (Juniperus communis)]
   patentissima - superlative degree, present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra), p. 68. (Poa capillaris)]
   patentissimis - present active participle, ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Elymus caput-medusae)]
   patentissimis - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium mollugo)]
   patent- = combining form of present active participle of 2nd conjugation verb pateo, -ere, -ui, — + -uscula - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 70. (Poa bulbosa)]
patulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: spreading
   patula - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus squarrosus), p. 77. (Bromus sterilis)]
   patulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 136. (Cerinthe major)]
paucus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: few
pedicellatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pedicelled
   pedicellatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus durus)]
pedicellus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: pedicel
   pedicellis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica scutellata), p. 46. (Cyperus odoratus), p. 68. (Poa eragrostis), p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
pedunculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pedunculate
   pedunculatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Gratiola dubia, Gratiola officinalis), p. 63. (Aira caerulea), p. 103. (Asperula odorata), p. 112. (Exacum pedunculatum), p. 124. (Cuscuta americana)]
   pedunculatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica officinalis), p. 48. (Scirpus lacustris), p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris, Scirpus holoschoenus), p. 119. (Ludvigia perennis), p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
   pedunculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus)]
pedunculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: peduncle
   pedunculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes hirsuta), p. 8. (Chionanthus virginica, Chionanthus zeylonica), p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis, Justicia nasuta), p. 33. (Valeriana saxatilis), p. 41. (Commelina nudiflora, Commelina zanonia), p. 44. (Schoenus glomeratus), p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus longus), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus), p. 50. (Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 51. (Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 56. (Panicum americanum), p. 65. (Aira flexuosa), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia, Mollugo verticillata), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea), p. 102. (Hedyotis herbacea), p. 106. (Galium pusillum, Galium tinctorium), p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium purpureum, Galium rubrum), p. 108. (Galium parisiense), p. 119. (Oldenlandia biflora, Oldenlandia corymbosa, Oldenlandia uniflora), p. 121. (Dostenia caulescens), p. 134. (Anchusa sempervirens)]
   pedunculo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica agrestis), p. 56. (Panicum italicum), p. 63. (Aira cristata)]
peltatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: peltate
   peltatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper maculosum, Piper peltatum)]
pendulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pendulous
   pendulis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica scutellata)]; [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Picea glauca)]
   pendulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus)]
   pendulo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
penninervis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: pinnately veined
pentaphyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-leaved
   pentaphyllo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon quinquangulare)]
per - preposition (takes accusative): per, during/throughout, by (way of)
perennis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: perennial
perianthium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: perianth
pericarpium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: pericarp
   pericarpiis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis), p. 179. (Datura stramonium)]
perigonium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: perigon
periplastus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: periplast
persevero, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to persevere
persisto, persistere, perstiti, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to persist
   persistentibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia adhatoda)]
petalum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: petal
   petali - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula vulgaris)]
   petalis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus), p. 39. (Iris foetidissima), p. 64. (Aira cespitosa), p. 66. (Melica altissima, Melica ciliata, Melica nutans)]
   petalo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula alpina), p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea, Agrostis spicaventi), p. 62. (Agrostis rubra), p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
   petalorum - [ablative?] plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis canina)]
petiolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: petiolate
   petiolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna angustifolia, Canna glauca), p. 3. (Kaempferia rotundaa), p. 20. (Verbena urticifolia), p. 23. (Salvia aegyptiaca), p. 29. (Piper longum), p. 30. (Piper pellucidum), p. 33. (Valeriana pyrenaica), p. 97. (Dipsacus pilosus), p. 101. (Hedyotis fruticosa), p. 126. (Potamogeton natans)]
petiolulus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: petiolule
petiolus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: petiole
   petiolis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes hirsuta), p. 28. (Piper betle, Piper nigrum), p. 268. (Viburnum acerifolium)]
   petiolo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 119. (Oldenlandia biflora)]
   petiolos - accusative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton incens)]
-phyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: -leaved (description of leaves given by prefix)
   diphylla - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium)]
   diphylli - genitive singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans)]
   diphyllis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia cretica), p. 134. (Anchusa sempervirens)]
   diphyllo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica bellidioides [two-leaved])]
   diphyllo - ablative signular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus)]
   triphylla - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens)]
   triphyllos - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus, Schoenus mucronatus)]
   triphyllo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Scirpus michelianus)]
pileus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: pileus
pilosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pilose
   pilosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira alpina, Aira montana), p. 80. (Avena fatua)]
   pilosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa pilosa), p. 76. (Bromus purgans)]
   pilosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum capillare, Panicum latifolium), p. 68. (Poa capillaris), p. 131. (Myosotis lappula)]
pilus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: hair
pinnatifidus, -a, um - adjective, group A: pinnatifid
   pinnatifidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus cristatus)]
   pinnatifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana calcitrapae), p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa tatarica)]
pinnatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pinnate
   pinnatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum, Jasminum officinale), p. 27. (Salvia pinnata), p. 31. (Valeriana dioica, Valeriana officinalis), p. 32. (Valeriana phu), p. 33. (Valeriana tuberosa), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea), p. 125. (Ilex dodonaea)]
   pinnato-paleaceis = pinnato- (combining form of group A adjective pinnatus, -a, -um) + paleaceis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus echinatus)]
pistillatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pistillate
pistillum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: pistil
placenta, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: placenta
planta, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: plant
planus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: flat
   planis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica beccabunga), p. 13. (Veronica hederaefolia], p. 44. (Schoenus glomeratus), p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon, Eriophorum virginicum), p. 63. (Aira caerulea, Aira spicata), p. 64. (Aira aquatica, Aira arundinacea, Aira cespitosa, Aira spicata), p. 111. (Penaea sarcocolla), p. 114. (Plantago alpina), p. 126. (Potamogeton incens)]
   plano - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus)]
plumosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: plumose
   plumoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana mixta), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala), p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa)]
plerumque - adverb: usually
plerusque, -aque, -umque - adjective, group A: the larger, or greater, part of
   plerisque - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula tinctoria)]
plicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: folded, usually lengthwise, into pleats or furrows
   plicatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 130. (Heliotropium supinum)]
plures, plures, plura - adjective, [Group?]: more in number
   pluribus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus lacustris)]
plurimus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: most
   plurimis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
plus - adjective, comparative of multus: many
   pluribus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Circaea lutetiana)]
pollen, pollinis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: pollen
pono, ponere, posui, positum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to place
   positis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon)]
porto, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to bear
postremus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ultimate
praecipue - adverb: mainly
praecox, praecox, praecox - adjective, group B: early
praeditus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: provided
praesens, praesens, praesens - adjective, group B: present
praeterea - adverb: further, in addition
primarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: main, primary
   primariis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa pilosa)]
primordialis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: first-formed
   primordialibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1000. (Pinus pinea, Pinus sylvestris)]
princeps, principis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: chief
prismaticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: having several longitudinal angles, with flat surfaces between
   prismaticis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena prismatica)]
procumbo, procumbere, procumbui, procumbitum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to lie down
   procumbens - present active participle, nominative singular feminine - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia procumbens), p. 109. (Crucianella latifolia, Crucianella maritima), p. Tillaea muscosa)]
   procumbente - present active participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica officinalis), p. 40. (Commelina communis), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala), p.105. (Galium trifidum), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima)]
   procumbentibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 128. (Sagina procumbens), p. 132. (Lithospermum tinctorium)]
profundus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: deep
prolifer, prolifera, proliferum - adjective, group A: bearing offsets, bearing offshoots
   proliferis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus elegans)]
prominenter - adverb: prominently
promineo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 2nd conjugation: to project
prope - adverb: near
prosterno, prosternere, prostravi, prostratum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to prostrate
proxime - adverb: proximally
puberulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: puberulent
pubescens, pubescens, pubescens - adjective, group B: pubescent
   pubescentibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum miliaceum), p. 67. (Poa trivialis, Poa angustifolia), p. 113. (Plantago virginica)]
   pubescentibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 113. (Plantago media, Plantago virginica)]
pubesco, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to become pubescent
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum - adjective, group A: beautiful
pulvinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pulvinate
punctatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dotted
   punctactis [sic] - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda punctata)]
   punctatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale)]
pustulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pustulose

- Q -
quadrangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: quadrangular
quadrangulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: quadrangular
   quadrangulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Cupressus sempervirens)]
quadrifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-cleft
   quadrifidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica)]
   quadrifidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa integrifolia, Scabiosa tatarica)]
   quadrifidis - ablative plural [feminine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 97. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa leucantha, Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca, Scabiosa transylvanica)]
   quadrifido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana mixta)]
quadrifloris, quadrifloris, quadriflore - adjective, group B: four-flowered
   quadrifloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 86. (Triticum caninum, Triticum spelta)]
   quadrifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa angustifolia), p. 70. (Poa bulbosa), p. 77. (Bromus giganteus)]
quadruplus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-fold
   quadruplo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides)]
quam - adverb: as, than, as much as
quasi - adverb: nearly
quaterni, -ae, -a - (plural only) adjective, group A: four each, in fours
   quaternis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius), p. 103. (Sherardia fruticosa]
   quaternis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Veronica virginica), p. 89. (Mollugo tetraphylla), p. 103. (Asperula taurina), p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 105. (Galium bermudense, Galium palustre, Galium rubioides, Galium trifidum), p. 106. (Galium tinctorium), p. 108. (Galium boreale, Galium rotundifolium, Galium scabrum), p. 109. (Crucianella latifolia, Crucianella maritima, Rubia peregrina), p. 137. (Cerinthe echioides)]
quattuor - adjective (indeclinable): four
-que - enclitic conjunction: and
   -que [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes angustifolia, Nyctanthes hirsuta), p. 7. (Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum), p. 15. (Justicia procumbens), p. 29. (Piper longum)]
quinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: having five leaflets
   quinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 123. (Alchemilla pentaphylla)]
quini, -ae, -a - adjective (numerical distributive), group A: five together, in fives
   quinis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Veronica virginica), p. 89. (Mollugo pentaphylla)], p. 1000. (Pinus cembra), p. 1001. (Pinus strobus)]
quinque - adjective (indeclinable): five
   quinquangulari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon quinquangulare)]
   quinque [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris)]
quinquefidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-cleft
   quinquefidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria), p. 100. (Scabiosa africana, Scabiosa argentea, Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa cretica, Scabiosa pterocephala, Scabiosa stellata), p. 101. (Scabiosa ochroleuca, Scabiosa papposa)]
quinquefloris, quinquefloris, quinqueflore - adjective, group B: five-flowered
   quinquefloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena pratensis), p. 81. (Arundo phragmites)]
   quinquefloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa trivialis)]
quinquelobus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-lobed
   quinquelobis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica hederaefolia)]
quinquenervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-nerved
   quinquenerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper amalago, Piper reticulatum)]
quisque, quaeque, quodque - pronoun: each

- R -
racemosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: racemose
   racemosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Alpinia racemosa)]
   racemosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron racemosum)]
   racemoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Amomum granum-paradisi)
racemus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: raceme
   racemis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea), p. 58. (Panicum clandestinum, Panicum latifolium), p. 63. (Agrostis indica), p. 131. (Myosotis apula), p. 133. (Anchusa angustifolia)]
   racemo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Alopecurus hordeiformis)]
rachis, rachis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: rachis
   rachi - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum, Panicum dissectum, Panicum filiformae)]
radicella, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: rootlet
radio, radiare, —, — - verb, 1st conjugation: to spread out, to radiate
   radiantibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa tatarica), p. 101. (Scabiosa ochroleuca)]
radix, radicis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: root
   radice - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus), p. 39. (Iris verna)]
   radicibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus)]
radicalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: radical, root
   radicali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus sativus)]
   radicalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 23. (Salvia lyrata), p. 32. (Valeriana tripteris), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica, Globularia spinosa, Globularia vulgaris), p. 98. (Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria), p. 105. (Houstonia caerulea), p. 135. (Cynoglossum omphaloides, Pulmonaria angustifolia, Pulmonaria officinalis, Pulmonaria sibirica), p. 163. (Campanula rotundifolia),]
   radicalibus - ablative plural [gender?] (p. 32. (Valeriana phu), p. 33. (Valeriana saxatilis)]
   radicatis - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 121. (Dorstenia contrajerva)]
radicula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: radicle
radicum - [?]
   radicum - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus)]
radius, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: ray (flower)
ramificatio, ramificationis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: branch system
   ramificationibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa pilosa)]
   ramificationum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 137. (Borago indica)]
{ramificatus, -a, -um?} - [?]
ramosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: branched
   ramosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula), p. 75. (Festuca fluitans)]
   ramosissima - superlative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira minuta), p. 66. (Melica altissima), p. 67. (Poa alpina)]
   ramossimis - superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Galium bermudense)]
   ramosissimo - superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa capillaris), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis)]
   ramosissimum - [superlative degree?] [case, number, and gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum arborescens)]
   ramoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus, Gladiolus ramosus), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus), p. 58. (Panicum dichotomum), p. 60. (Phleum arenarium), p. 81. (Arundo calamagrostis), p. 92. (Leucadendron scolymocephalum), p. 115. (Plantago psyllium), p. 116. (Plantago cynops), p. 120. (Ammannia ramosior), p. 136. (Pulmonaria maritima)]
ramulus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: branchlet
   ramulis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis stolonifera)]
ramus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: branch
   ramis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes undulata), p. 7. (Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum), p. 16. (Justicia sexangularis), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia), p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum, Leucadendron proteoides), p. 98. (Scabiosa succisa), p. 105. (Galium bermudense), p. 107. (Galium mollugo, Galium verum), p. 118. (Cornus canadensis, Cornus suecica), p. 128. (Sagina procumbens), p. 131. (Myosotis virginiana)]
   ramorum - genitive plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium tinctorium)]
rare - adverb: sparsely
raro - adverb: rarely
rarus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rare
   rarissimis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Curcuma rotunda)]
recedo, recedere, recessi, recessum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to recede
recens, recens, recens - adjective, group B: recent
receptaculum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: receptacle
   receptaculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa atropurpurea, Scabiosa stellata)]
rectangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: rectangular
recurvo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to curve backwards, to recurve
recurvus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: recurved
   recurva - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus gangitis), p. 62. (Agrostis canina, Agrostis rubra)]
redigo, -ere, -egi, -actum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to reduce
reflecto, -ere, -exi, -exum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to reflex
reflexus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: reflexed
   reflexa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia echolium), p. 49. (Scirpus romanus), p. 64. (Aira spicata), p. 79. (Avena loeflingiana)]
   reflexis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia viridis)]
   reflexis - ablative plural feminine (Thuja orientalis)
regio, regionis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: region
regnum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: kingdom
rego, regere, rexi, rectum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to guide {to make straight?; to make a right angle???}
   recta - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus stricta), p. 64. (Aira cespitosa), p. 75. (Festuca maritima)]
   rectam - perfect passive participle, accusative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
   rectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa annua)]
remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum - verb, 2nd conjugation: to remain
remotus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: remote
   remotis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Ixia chinensis), p. 57. (Panicum compositum)]
   remotissimis - superlative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia indica)]
reniformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: reniform
   reniformibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 163. (Campanula rotundifolia)]
repandus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: repand
   repandis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper peltatum)]
   repando-lobatis = repando- (combining form of group A adjective repandus, -a, -um) + lobatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis)]
repo, -ere, -si, — - verb, 3rd conjugation: to creep
   repens - present active participle, nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia repens), p. 109. (Crucianella monspeliaca)]
   repens - present active participle, nominative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 135. (Cynoglossum omphaloides)]
   repente - present active participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Boerhavia repens), p. 12. (Veronica beccabunga), p. 20. (Verbena nodiflora), p. 41. (Commelina africana, Commelina benghalensis), p. 62. (Agrostis stolonifera), p. 69. (Poa malabarica)]
   repentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 1101. (Lycopodium obscurum)]
restringo, -ere, -nxi, -ctum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to restrict
reticulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: reticulate
   reticulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper reticulatum)]
retrofr... - [?]: [?]
   retrofractis [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus retrofractus)]
retrorsum - adverb: backwards
   retrorsum [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium spurium, Galium uliginosum), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
retundo, retundere, rettudi, retusum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to reduce the edge with a notch
   retusis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica)]
rhachis, rhachis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: rachis
rhizoma, rhizomatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: rhizome
rhizomatosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rhizomatous
rhombaeus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rhombic
  &nbp;rhombaeo-cuneiformibus - rhombaeo- (combining form of group A adjective rhombaeus, -a, -um) + cuneiformibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 112. (Pennaea squamosa)]
rigeo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 2nd conjugation: to be stiff
rigidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: stiff
   rigidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus durus)]
   rigidis - ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis virginica), p. 71. (Uniola spicata), p. 106. (Galium uliginosum), p. 115. (Plantago subulata), p. 122. (Camphorosma acuta)]
   rigido - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus)]
rima, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: slit
ringor[?] - [?]
   ringentibus - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana cornucopiae)]
rostellum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: rostellum
-rostris, -rostris, -rostre - adjective, group B: -beaked (description of beak(s) given by prefix)
rostrum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: beak
rosula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: rosette
rosulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rosetted
rotatus, -a, -um - adjective, group B: rotate
rotundatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rounded
rotundus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: round in outline
rubeo, -ere, -ui, — - verb, 2nd conjugation: to be(come) red
ruber, rubra, rubrum - adjective, group A: red
rubiginosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rusty red
rugosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: rugose, wrinkled
   rugosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica chamaedrys, Veronica latifolia), p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 27. (Salvia ceratophylla, Salvia sclaria), p. 29. (Piper amalago), p. 130. (Heliotropium europeum), p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense)]
rumpo, rumpere, rupi, ruptum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to split
ruptura, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: rupturing

- S -
saccatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: saccate
   saccato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica)]
saepe - adverb: frequently, often
saepius - [?]
   saepius - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula pyrenaica)]
sagittatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sagittate
   sagittatis [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 137. (Borago indica) salix, salicis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: willow
   salicis - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Siphonanthus indica)]
sarmentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: horizontal shoot
   sarmentis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 1101. (Lycopodium obscurum)]
scaber, scabra, scabrum - adjective, group A: scabrous
   scabris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa nemoralis), p. 71. (Dactylis cynosuroides), p. 74. (Festuca rubra)]
   scabris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica hybrida), p. 29. (Piper malamiris), p. 84. (Secale cereale), p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p. 106. (Galium spurium), p. 108. (Galium aparine), p. 135. (Pulmonaria officinalis), p. 1001. (Pinus strobus)]
   scabriusculis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum)]
   scabro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 41. (Commelina erecta), p. 105. (Galium trifidum)]
scando, scandere, scandi, scansum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to climb
   scandente - present active participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Boerhavia scandens)]
scapus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: scape
   scapis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 121. (Dorstenia contrajerva)]
   scapo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Amomum cardamomum, Amomum zerumbet, Amomum zingiber), p. 2. (Amomum granum-paradisi), p. 11. (Veronica aphylla), p. 17. (Pinguicula villosa), p. 18. (Utricularia bifida, Utricularia caerulea), p. 38. (Iris aphylla), p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica, Plantago lanceolata, Plantago media, Plantago virginica), p. 114. (Plantago albicans, Plantago cretica, Plantago lagopus, Plantago maritima), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus, Plantago loflingii, Plantago subulata, Plantago uniflora)]
sectio, sectionis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: section
secundarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: secondary
secundus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: secund, one-sided
   secunda - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris crucaeformis), p. 63. (Aira spicata), p. 64. (Aira arundinacea), p. 69. (Poa compressa), p. 70. (Poa bulbosa), p. 71. (Dactylis glomeratus), p. 72. (Cynosurus lima), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides, Festuca elatior, Festuca maritima)]
   secundis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 57. (Panicum compositum), p. 71. (Dactylis cynosuroides), p. 72. (Cynosurus durus), p. 133. (Anchusa officinalis)]
sed - conjunction: but
segmentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: segment
semen, seminis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: seed
   semen - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Stipa avenacea)]
   semina - accusative [?] plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
   semine - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 78. (Stipa juncea)] [Should this have been semen (accusative)?]
   seminibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea), p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica, p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis), p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica, Avena sativa, Avena sibirica), p. 85. (Hordeum distichon, Hordeum hexastichon, Hordeum zeocriton), p. 108. (Galium boreale, Galium rotundifolium, Galium scabrum), p. 131. (Myosotis apula, Myosotis lappula, Myosotis scorpioides, Myosotis virginiana), p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense, Lithospermum officinale. Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum), p. 137. (Cerinthe echioides)]
   seminis - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. (Valeriana mixta)]
semi- - combining form: half-
semiamplexicaulis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: somewhat/slightly stem-clasping
   semiamplexicaulibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 110. (Ixora coccinea), p. 119. (Ammannia latifolia), p. 126. (Potamogeton perfolatum), p. 136. (Cerinthe major), p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata, Cerinthe minor)]
semicylindraceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: semicylindric
   semicylindraceis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago maritima)]
semigeniculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: bent slightly
   semigeniculato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus)]
seminudus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: partially naked
   seminudo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus iria)]
   semi-orbiculata = semi- (combining form) + of group A adjective orbiculatus, -a, -um - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia viridis)]
semiligneus, -a, um - adjective, group A: semiwoody
semiteres, -es, -e - adjective, group B: semiterete, nearly circular in cross-section
   semitereti - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca rubra)]
semitrifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: semitrifid
   semitrifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron cyanoides)]
   semitriquetris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 122. (Camphorosma glabra)]
semote - adverb: separately
semper - adverb: always
seni, senae, sena - numerical adjective: six each, six together
   seni [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 103. (Asperula arvensis)]
   senis - [?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, Asperula tinctoria), p. 106. (Galium saxatilis, Galium spurium, Galium tinctorium, Galium uliginosum), p. 108. (Crucianella angustifolia), p. 109. (Crucianella monspeliaca)]
sensus, sensus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: sense
sepalum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: sepal
separo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to separate
septatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: septate
septemdecim - adjective (indeclinable): seventeen
   septemdecim [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 70. (Briza maxima)]
septinervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: seven-nerved
   septinerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Piper betle)]
septum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: cross-wall, septum
sequor, sequi, secutum - verb (deponent): to follow
series, seriei - noun, 5th declension, feminine: series
seriatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: arranged in rows, ranked
serratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: serrate
   serratis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa eragrostis)]
   serratis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Phillyrea latifolia), p. 10. (Veronica longifolia, Veronica maritima, Veronica spuria), p. 11. (Veronica hybrida), p. 12. (Veronica anagallis-aquatica), p. 17. (Gratiola officinalis, Verbena curassavica), p. 20. (Verbena nodiflora, Verbena urticifolia), p. 21. (Lycopus virginicus), p. 22. (Monarda clinopodia), p. 25. (Salvia verbenaca), p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia glutinosa), p. 27, (Salvia sclarea), p. 32. (Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana pyrenaica), p. 97. (Dipsacus fullonum), p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina), p. 99. (Scabiosa integrifolia) p. 123. (Alchemilla alpina), p. 125. (Ilex cassine), p. 126. (Potamogeton crispum)]
   serrato-acicularis = serrato- (combining form of group A adjective serratus, -a, -um) + acicularis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium uliginosum)]
   serrato-aculeatis = serrato- (combining form of group A adjective serratus, -a, -um) + aculeatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium minutum)]
   serrato-dentatis = serrato- (combining form of group A adjective serratus, -a, -um) + dentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica bonarota)]
   serrato-plicatis = serrato- (combining form of group A adjective serratus, -a, -um) + plicatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena stoechadifolia)]
sessilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: sessile
   sessili - ablative singular [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae)]
   sessilibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum), p. 41. (Commelina axillaris), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 103. (Asperula arvensis), p. 112. (Exacum sessile), p. 123. (Cuscuta europaea)]
   sessilibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus setaceus, Scirpus supinus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus), p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus), p. 72. (Cynosurus durus), p. 78. (Bromus aristatus)]
   sessilibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Kaempferia galanga), p. 16. (Justicia echioides), p. 26. (Salvia indica), p. 29. (Piper longum)-que, p. 31. (Valeriana cornucopiae), p. 97. (Dipsacus fullonum, Globularia orientalis), p. 127. (Potamogeton gramineum),    sessilibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 134. (Cynoglossum officinale)]
]
   sessilibusque = ablative plural feminine of sessilis, -is, -e + -que [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris)]
seta, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: bristle
   setis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum italicum)]
setaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: setaceous
   setacea - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Nardus stricta)]
   setaceis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia procumbens), p. 16. (Justicia echioides)]
   setaceis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Schoenus albus), p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 65. (Aira canescens, Aira flexuosa, Aira montana, Aira praecox), p. 66. (Aira caryophyllea), p. 73. (Festuca ovina), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula), p. 84. (Elymus caput-medusae), p. 87. (Eriocaulon setaceum), p. 91. (Leucadendron racemosum), p. 93. (Leucadendron cyanoides, Leucadendron serraria), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria), p. 127. (Potamogeton pectinatum)]
   setaceis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum jubatum)]>
   setaceo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus setaceus)]
steiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: bristle-like
   setiformi - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus capitatus)]
sex - adjective (indeclinable): six
sexangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: six-angled
   sexangulari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon setaceum, Eriocaulon sexangulare)]
   sexangularibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 16. (Justicia sexangularis), p. 39. (Iris graminea, Iris spuria)]
sexfarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: six-ranked
   sexfariam - accusative singular [feminine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichtum)]
sexus, sexus - noun, 4th declension, masculine: sense
sexfloris, sexfloris, sexflore - adjective, group B: six-flowered
   sexfloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa tenella)]
   sexfloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa alpina, Poa aquatica), p. 74. (Festuca rubra), p. 76. (Festuca cristata), p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
siccus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dry
siliqua, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: silique
   siliquis - ablative plural [1753:: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124, (Hypecoum erectum, Hypecoum pendulum, Hypecoum procumbens)]
similaris, -is, -e - adjective, group B (takes dative): similar (to)
similis, -is, -e - adjective, group B (takes dative): similar (to)
simplex, simplex, simplex - adjective, group B: simple, undivided [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica spicata)]
   simplici - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 32. (Valeriana montana), p. 61. (Alopecurus hordeiformis)]
   simplici - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa succisa)]
   simplici - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus, Cyperus strigosus), p. 50. (Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus retrofractus), p. 56. (Panicum americanum), p. 66. (Melica nutans)]
   simplicibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus), p. 58. (Panicum latifolium), p. 73. (Cynosurus paniceus)]
   simplicibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dichotomum)]
   simplicibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. Jasminum fruticans), p. 106. (Galium spurium), p. 118. (Ptelea viscosa)]
   simplicissimis - superlative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Piper nigrum), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus), p. 69. (Poa chinensis, Poa malabarica), p. 119. (Oldenlandia uniflora), p. 132. (Lithospermum tinctorium)]
   simplicissimo - superlative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Gladiolus spicatus), p. 41. (Commelina erecta)]
simpliciter - adverb: simply
   simpliciter - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 46. (Cyperus odoratus)]
simul - adverb: at the same time
   simul [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
sine - preposition (takes ablative): without
sinflorescentia, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: synflorescence
singularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: single, solitary
singulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: singular, one to each, individual
sinuatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sinuate
   sinuatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia verbenaca), p. 97. (Dipsacus laciniatus), p. 999. (Liquidambar peregrina)]
   sinuato-serratis = sinuato- (combining form of group A adjective sinuatus, -a, -um) + serratis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Lycopus europaeus)]
siphon, siphonis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: tube
situs, situs - noun, 4th declension, masculine: position
solitarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: solitary
   solitariis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica agrestis, Veronica arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia), p. 14. (Veronica marilandica, Veronica peregrina, Veronica romana, Veronica triphyllos, Veronica verna), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 90. (Queria canadensis), p. 105. (Houstonia caerulea)]
   solitariis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Verbena supina), p. 50. (Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 130. (Heliotropium indicum)]
   solitariis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper rotundifolium), p. 1000. (Pinus pinea, Pinus sylvestris), p. 1001. (Pinus picea), p. 1002. (Pinus balsamea), p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]; [1763: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, 2nd edition, p. 1421. (Pinus canadensis)]; [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Pinus glauca)]
   solitario - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena officinalis)]
sordidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: dingy
   sordide - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
sorus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: sorus
spadex, spadicis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: spadex
sparse - adverb: sparsely
sparsim - adverb: sparsely
sparsus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sparse, scattered [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Blitum virgatum)]
   sparsis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum), p. 131. (Heliotropium orientale), p. 133. (Anchusa virginiana), p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
   sparsis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Dactylis cynosuroides), p. 94. (Protea argentea)]
   sparsis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1102. (Lycopodium obscurum, Lycopodium selago)]; [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Picea glauca)]
spatha, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spathe
   spatha - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium, Crocus sativus)]
   spathis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Ixia africana)]
spathella, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spathella
species, speciei - noun, 5th declension, feminine: species
specimen, speciminis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: specimen
sperma, spermatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: seed
spica, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spike, strobilus (Amomum zerumbet, Amomum zingiber)
   spica - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 3. (Salicornia arabica), p. 4. (Corispermum narrosum, Salicornia caspica), p. 9. (Veronica virginica), p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica longifolia, Veronica maritima, Veronica spicata, Veronica spuria), p. 43. (Schoenus compressus, Schoenus ferrugineus), p. 47. (Scirpus palustris), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus capitatus, Scirpus cespitosus, Scirpus geniculatus), p. 52. (Eriophorum vaginatum, Eriophorum virginicum), p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum, Nardus articulata, Nardus ciliatis, Nardus gangitis, Nardus stricta), p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 56. (Panicum americanum, Panicum glaucum, Panicum italicum), p. 57. (Panicum compositum, Panicum dimidiatum), p. 59. (Phleum pratensis), p. 60. (Phleum arenarium), p. 63. (Aira spicata), p. 72. (Cynosurus lima), p. 75. (Festuca maritima), p. 81. (Ligurus ovatus), p. 83. (Elymus canadensis, Elymus sibiricus, Lolium perenne, Lolium temulentus), p. 84. (Elymus virginicus), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum, p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago asiatica, Plantago lanceolata, Plantago media), p. 114. (Plantago albicans, Plantago alpina, Plantago cretica, Plantago lagopus), Plantago loflingii)]
   spica - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum indicum, Anthoxanthum odoratum), P. 59. (Phleum alpinum, Phleum pratense]
   spicam - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus)]
   spicarum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 50. (Scirpus retrofractus)]
   spicis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica hybrida), Veronica officinalis), p. 15. (Justicia procumbens, Justicia repens), p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 18. Verbena ovubica), p. 19. (Verbena curassavica, Verbena jamaicensis, Verbena prismatica, Verbena stoechadifolia), p. 20. (Verbena bonariensis, Verbena hastata, Verbena nodiflora, Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria, Verbena urticifolia), p. 21. (Verbena supina), p. 25. (Salvia hispanica), p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 29. (Piper aduncum), p. 30. (Piper distachyon, Piper peltatum, Piper umbellatum), p. 44. (Cyperus arundinacea, Cyperus minimus), p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus longus, Cyperus rotundus), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus), p. 48. (Scirpus lacustris), p. 49. (Scirpus capillaris, Scirpus holoschoenus, Scirpus setaceus, Scirpus supinus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus, Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus, Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 54. (Bobartia indica), p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli), p. 57. (Panicum filiformae, Panicum sanguinale), p. 58. (Panicum dactylon), p. 60. (Phleum sebanoides), p. 71. (Dactylis cynosuroides), p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius, Cynosurus indicus), p. 74. (Festuca duriuscula), p. 76. (Bromus squarrosus), p. 109. (Crucianella monspeliaca), p. 113. (Plantago virginica), p. 115. (Plantago psyllium), p. 116. (Plantago cynops, Sanguisorba officinalis), p. 130. (Heliotropium curassavicum, Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium indicum, Heliotropium supinum), p. 133. (Anchusa officinalis), p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)]
   spicis-fasciculatis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Schoenus mucronatus), p. 44. (Schoenus albus)]
spicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: spicate
   spicata - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena spicata)]
   spicata - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena fragilis)]
   spicata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Aira cristata), p. 64. (Aira spicata), p. 74. (Festuca amethystina, Festuca myuros), p. 76. (Festuca cristata), p. 80. (Avena pratensis)]
   spicatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Blitum capitatum), p. 23. (Salvia officinalis), p. 24. (Salvia pomifera), p. 37. (Gladiolus spicatus), p. 47. (Cyperus odoratus), p. 47 (Cyperus papyrus), p. 54. (Saccharum spicatum), p. 109. (Crucianella latifolia)]
   spicatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon)]
   spicato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 60. (Alopecurus geniculatus, Alopecurus pratensis), p. 1061. (Equisetum sylvaticum)]
spicatim - [?]
   spicatim - [?[ [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 42. (Commelina tristata)]
spiciformis, -is. -e - adjective, group B: resembling a spike
   spiciformi - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 54. (Phalaris canariensis), p. 55. (Phalaris phleoides)]
spicula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spikelet
   spicula - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Elymus virginicus)]
   spicularum - genitive plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus)]
   spiculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus haspan, Cyperus iria), p. 47. (Cyperus strigosus), p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli, Panicum italicum), p. 57. (Panicum compositum, Panicum dissectum), p. 67. (Poa alpina, Poa angustifolia, Poa aquatica, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 68. (Poa annua, Poa amabilis, Poa eragrostis, Poa flava), p. 69. (Poa nemoralis), p. 70. (Briza maxima, Briza media, Briza minor, Briza eragrostis, Poa bulbosa), p. 72. (Cynosurus durus, Cynosurus lima), p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus), p. 74. (Festuca amethystina, Festuca rubra), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides, Festuca decumbens, Festuca elatior, Festuca fluitans), p. 76. (Bromus giganteus, Bromus secalinus, Festuca cristata), p. 77. (Bromus arvensis, Bromus sterilis, Bromus tectorum), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus), p. 78. (Bromus aristatus), p. 80. (Avena spicata), p. 83. (Elymus canadensis, Elymus sibiricus), p. 84. (Elymus caput-medusae), p. 560. (Elymus hystrix)]
spina, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spine
spiniformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: spine-like
spinosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: spiny
   spinosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 125. (Ilex aquifolium)]
   spinosus - nominative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
spira, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spiral
spora, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: spore
sporangium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: sporangium
sporophyllum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: sporophyll
squama, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: scale
   squama - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis miliacea)]
   squamis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia caerulea), p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus), p. 84. (Secale orientale, Secale villosum), p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron, Leucadendron repens), p. 98. (Scabiosa leucantha), p. 1002. (Thuja occidentalis, Thuja orientalis)]
squamiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: scale-like, shaped like a scale
squamula - noun, 1st declension, feminine: [scale?], [lodicule?]
   squamula - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus)]
squarrosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: squarrose [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Corispermum narrosum)]
   squarrosis - ablative plural masculine (Thuja orientalis)
stamen, staminis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: stamen
   stamine - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 37. (Antholyza ringens)]
   staminibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica), p. 37. (Antholyza cunonia), p. 102. (Spermacoce tenuior, Spermacoce verticillata), p. 133. (Lithospermum fruticosum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum apenninum, Cynoglossum officinale)]
staminalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: staminal
staminatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: staminate
status, status - noun, 4th declension, masculine: standing
sterilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: sterile
   sterili - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa)]
   sterilibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia horminum), p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus)]
stigma, stigmatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: stigma
   stigmate - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pseudacorus)]
   stigmatis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris foetidissima)]
stipes, stipitis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: stipe
stipula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: stipule
   stipula - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton gramineum)]
stipulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: stipulate
stirps, stirpis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: plant
stolo, stolonis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: stolon
stramineus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: stramineous, straw-colored
strictus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: straight
   stricta - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 68. (Poa pilosa)]
   strictam - accusative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
   stricto - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica latifolia)]
striatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: striate
   striato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus), p. 1062. (Equisetum fluviatile)]
strigosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: strigosa
   strigosa - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 133. (Anchusa undulata)]
strobilus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: strobilus
   strobilis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Thuja occidentalis, Thuja orientalis)]
stylus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: style
   stylo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia verticillata)]
sub - preposition (takes ablative): below
   sub - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 44. (Cyperus minimus)]
sub- - (prefix) almost, nearly, or slightly
subaridus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subarid
   subaridis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca elatior)]
subaristatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: barely awned, nearly awned
   subaristatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca maritima), p. 80. (Avena flavescens), p. 84. (Hordeum vulgare), p. 85. (Hordeum hexastichon, Hordeum murinum), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum), p. 98. (Scabiosa syriaca)]
   sub-bifloris = sub (prefix) + bifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa nemoralis), p. 106. (Galium tinctorium)]
subcapitatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subcapitate
subciliatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subciliate
   subciliatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 41. (Commelina tuberosa), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus)]
subcordatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subcordate
   subcordatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 88. (Holosteum cordatum), p. 135. (Pulmonaria sibirica)]
subcrenatus, -a, -um - adjectve, group A: subcrenate
   subcrenatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia repens), p. 25. (Salvia dominica, Salvia pratensis), p. 99. (Scabiosa columbaria)]
subdentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subdentate
   subdentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica romana), p. 17. (Gratiola virginiana), p. 32. (Valeriana montana), p. 33. Valeriana saxatilis), p. 115. (Plantago loflingii)]
subdenticulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subdenticulate
   subdenticulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 113. (Plantago virginica)]
   sub-didynamis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda didyma)]
subdigitatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subdigitate
   subdigitatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum filiformae), p. 72. (Cynosurus indicus)]
subdivido, subdividere, subdivisi, subdivisum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to subdivide
   subdivisis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 56. (Panicum crusgalli)]
   subdiviso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata)]
subemarginatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subemarginate
   subemarginatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Pinus balsamea), p. 137. (Cerinthe maculata)]
subfastigiatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with branches nearly clustered
   subfastigiata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira minuta)]
subfoliosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subfoliose
   subfolioso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris variegata)]
subfruticosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subfruticose, sub-shrubby
   subfruticoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon), p. 96. (Globularia bisnagarica), p. 100. (Scabiosa pterocephala]
subglaber, subglabra, subglabrum - adjective, group A: subglabrous
subglobosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subglobose    subglobosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus capitatus, Scirpus geniculatus)]
   subglobosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Scirpus holoschoenus)]
   globosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Protea fusca)]
subimbricatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sub-imbricate
   subimbricatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 106. (Galium pusillum)]
subinteger, subintegra, subintegrum - adjective, group A: subentire [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Phillyrea angustifolia)]
   sub-integerrimis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 100. (Scabiosa cretica), p. 114. (Plantago maritima), p. 125. (Ilex asiatica), p. 130. (Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium supinum)]
subjecto, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to place below
   subjecta - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus lima)]
submembranaceus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: submembranaceous
   submembranaceis - ablative plural neuter [1763: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, 2nd edition, p. 1421. (Pinus canadensis)]
subserratus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subserrate
   subserratis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium mollugo)]
subtomentosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subtomentose
   subtomentosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia dominica)]
subito - adverb: suddenly
sublinearis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: sublinear
   sublinearibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris spuria)]
submuticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: almost without a point, nearly awnless
   submuticis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca amethystina), p. 86.(Triticum hybernum)]
subnudus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nearly naked
   subnuda - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus)]
   subnudis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus longus), p. 65. (Aira flexuosa), p. 100. (Scabiosa argentea), p. 133. (Anchusa angustifolia)]
   subnudis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena jamaicensis)]
   subnudis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pratensis), p. 26. (Salvia indica, Salvia verticillata), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis), p. 131. (Myosotis scorpioides)]
   subnudo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 27. (Salvia nutans), p. 45. (Cyperus rotundus), p. 50. (Scirpus ferrugineus), p. 96. (Globularia cordifolia), p. 97. (Globularia orientalis)]
subovalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: suboval, subelliptic
   subovalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum virginianum)]
subovatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subovate
   subovata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 47. (Scirpus palustris), p. 54. (Phalaris canariensis), p. 63. (Aira spicata), p. 113. (Plantago lanceolata), p. 114. (Plantago lagopus, Plantago loflingii)]
   subovatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca decumbens)]
   ovatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 105. (Houstonia caerulea)]
subpedunculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subpedunculate
   subpedunculatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Anthoxanthum odoratum)]
   pedunculatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon)]
subpetiolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subpetiolate
   subpetiolatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 120. (Ammannia baccifera, Ammannia ramosior), p. 136. (Symphytum orientale)]
subquaterni, -ae, -a - adjective (distributive numerical): nearly (always) four
   subquaternis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena fragilis)]
subpeltatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subpeltate
subpilosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subpilose
   subpilosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus)]
subroseus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: pinkish
subrotundus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subrotund
   subrotunda - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 114. (Plantago cretica)]
   subrotundis ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon, Leucadendron scolymocephalum)]
   subrotundis ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia africana-lutea), p. 30. (Piper trifolium, Piper umbellatum), p. 100. (Scabiosa stellata)]
   subrotundo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus)]
subseptemnervius, -a, -um - adjective, Group A: nearly seven-nerved
   subseptemnerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 28. (Piper nigrum]
subseptinervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sub-seven-nerved[?]
   subseptinerviis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper siriboa)]
subsessilis, -is, -e - adjective, group A: subsessile
   subsessilibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 14. (Veronica marilandica, Veronica peregrina, Veronica romana), p. 17. (Gratiola peruviana)]
   subsessilibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca fluitans), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus)]
subsolitarius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subsolitary
   subsolitariis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 49. (Scirpus setaceus), p.130. (Heliotropium supinum)]
subspicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subspicate
   subspicata - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 71. (Uniola spicata), p. 73. (Cynosurus paniceus)]
   subspicato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 12. (Veronica serpyllifolia)]
subterraneus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: below ground
subtiliter - adverb: finely
subtrigonus, -a, -um - adjective, Group A: subtrigonous
   subtrigonis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris sibirica, Iris versicolor, Iris virginica)]
subtriquetrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nearly three-angled
   subtriquetro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus compressus), p. 44. (Schoenus albus), p. 45. (Cyperus longus), p. 46. (Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus, Cyperus odoratus, ), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus, Cyperus strigosus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus, Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus ferrugineus, Scirpus mucronatus, Scirpus retrofractus), p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus), p. 51. (Scirpus glomeratus)]
subtus - adverb: below (i.e., lower/abaxial surface)
   subtus [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris [x2]), p. 81. (Arundo epigejos), p. 105. (Galium rubioides), p. 1002. (Pinus balsamea)]
   subundulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 126. (Potamogeton serratum)]
subulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: subulate
   subulata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus nigricans), p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus)]
   subulatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis capillaris), p. 63. (Aira caerulea), p. 86. (Triticum caninum, Triticum repens)]
   subulatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia caerulea), p. 84. (Secale orientale)]
   subulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira alpina), p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum, Leucadendron proteoides), p. 100. (Scabiosa atropurpurea), p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica), p. 115. (Plantago subulata), p. 122. (Camphorosma acuta), p. 1002. (Pinus abies)]
   subulato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia subulata), p. 42. (Schoenus mucronatus)]
   subulato-aristatis = subulato- (combining form of group A adjective subulatus, -a, -um) + subulatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 77. (Bromus sterilis)]
   subulato-canaliculatis = subulato- ]combining form of group A adjective subulatus, -a, -um) + canaliculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris xiphium, Iris persica)]
subverticillatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: nearly whorled
   subverticillata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 69. (Poa tenella)]
   subverticillatis - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Crucianella maritima)]
succus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: juice
suffulcio, suffulcire, suffulsi, suffultum - verb, 4th conjugation: to support
suffrutex, suffruticis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: subshrub
sulcatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: furrowed
   sulcatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium verum)]
sulcus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: furrow
sulphureus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sulphur yellow
sum, esse, fui, futurum - verb (irregular): to be
super - preposition (takes accusative or ablative): above, beyond
superficialiter - adverb: superficially
superficialis, superficialis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: upper surface
   superficialibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1104. (Lycopodium complanatum)
superficies, -ei - noun, 5th declension, feminine: upper surface, face
superimpono, superimponere, superimposui, superimpositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to place upon
   superimpositis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris sisyrinchium)]
superne - adverb: above
supero, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to overtop, to extend beyond
   superantibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 101. (Scabiosa papposa)]
   superantibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense, Lithospermum officinale, Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum)]
superus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: upper [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes sambac)]
   superioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 83. (Elymus canadensis)]
   summa - superlative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   summis - superlative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum p. 24. (Salvia horminum), p. 91. (Leucadendron lepidocarpodendron)]
   summis - superlative degree, ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pratensis)]
   summis - superlative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia indica), p. 33. (Valeriana pyrenaica), p. 136. (Symphytum tuberosum)]
   summo - superlative degree, ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 65. (Aira canescens)]
   summo - superlative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 107. (Galium glaucum)]
supra - adverb: above (=at/near top), above (=upper surface)
supradecompono, -ere, -osui, -ositum - verb, 3rd conjugation: [?]
   supradecomposita - perfect passive participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus haspan, Cyperus iria, Cyperus longus), p. 57. (Panicum compositum)]
   supra-decompositis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus sylvaticus)]
surculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: upright shoot
   surculis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1101. (Lycopodium obscurum)
sylva, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: wood
sylvestris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: woodland, wild
sympodialis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: sympodial

- T -
tandem - adverb: finally
tantum - adverb: only
taxon, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: taxon
teges, tegetis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: mat
tego, tegere, texi, tectum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cover
tenax, tenax, tenax - adjective, group B: tough
tener, -a, -um - adjective, group A: thin
tenuis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: thin
tenuiter - adverb: thinly
tepalum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: tepal
teres, -es, -e - adjective, group B: terete, circular in cross-section [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes undulata), p. 7. (Jasminum odoratissimum)]
   tereti - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 39. (Iris sibirica, Iris spuria, Iris versicolor), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus, Schoenus mariscus, Schoenus mucronatus), p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus, Schoenus nigricans), p. 44. (Cyperus articulatus, Cyperus arundinacea, Cyperus minimus), p. 47. (Scirpus articulatus, Scirpus palustris), p. 48. (Scirpus acicularis, Scirpus capitatus, Scirpus geniculatus, Scirpus lacustris), p. 49. (Scirpus holoschoenus, Scirpus romanus, Scirpus supinus), p. 67. (Poa angustifolia, Poa pratensis, Poa trivialis), p. 112. (Plantago major), p. 113. (Plantago media), p. 114. (Plantago albicans, Plantago cretica, Plantago maritima), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus, Plantago loflingii, Plantago subulata), p. 127. (Potamogeton pusillum)]
   tereti - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 56. (Panicum glaucum)]
   teretibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon, Eriophorum vaginatum, Eriophorum virginicum)]
   teretibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca elatior, Festuca fluitans), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus), p. 124. (Hypecoum erectum, Hypecoum pendulum)]
terminalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: terminal [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Blitum capitatum))]
   terminali - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 11. (Veronica alpina, Veronica aphylla, Veronica bellidioides, Veronica bonarota), p. 12. (Veronica serpyllifolia)]
   terminali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica spicata), p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus, Scirpus geniculatus)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Minuartia campestris), p. 91. (Leucadendron cancellatum, Leucadendron proteoides), p. 101. (Hedyotis fruticosa), p. 102. (Sherardia arvensis), p. 103. (Asperula arvensis, Asperula taurina), p. 105. (Houstonia purpurea)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Veronica virginica), p. 10. (Veronica incana, Veronica longifolia, Veronica maritima, Veronica spuria), p. 11. (Veronica hybrida), p. 15. (Justicia procumbens, Justicia repens), p. 48. (Scirpus lacustris)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Ziziphora capitata), p. 22. (Monarda fistulosa), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus)]
   terminalibusque = ablative plural feminine (of terminalis, -is, -e) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus) + -que (and)
termino, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to terminate,
   terminato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra)]
ternatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ternate
   ternatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 73. (Cynosurus aureus), p. 83. (Elymus canadensis)]
   ternatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum azoricum, Jasminum fruticans, Jasminum humile, Jasminum odoratissimum), p. 32. (Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana pyrenaica), p. 118. (Ptelea trifoliata)]
terni, -ae, -a - adjective (numerical distributive), group A: three together, in threes [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica maritima, Veronica spuria)]
   ternis - ablative plural [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa)]
   ternis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper trifolium), p. 1000. (Pinus taeda), p. 1040. (Juniperus communis)]
   ternisque - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 95. (Cephalanthus occidentalis) + -que (and)
terra - noun, 1st declension, feminine: earth, ground
terrestris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: earthy
tertius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: third
testa, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: testa, outer coat of a seed
tetragonus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tetragonal [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis)]
   tetragonis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris tuberosa)]; [1785: Moench, Verzeichniss ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, p. 73. (Pinus glauca)]
   tetragono - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 73. (Festuca ovina) p. 119. (Ammannia latifolia)]
tetrandrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: 4-stamened
   tetrandra - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 20. (Verbena bonariensis, Verbena hastata, Verbena nodiflora, Verbena officinalis, Verbena spuria, Verbena urticifolia), p. 21. (Verbena supina)]
   tetrandris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana sibirica)]
tetrapetaloideus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-petaled
   tetrapetaloide - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
tetras, tetradis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: tetrad
thallus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: thallus
theca, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: case (refers to a lateral half of an anther; i.e., one pollen sac)
thyrsus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: thyrse
tomentosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tomentose
   tomentosa - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus Species Plantarum, p. 118. (Tomex tomentosa)]
   tomentosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 130. (Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium supinum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum officinale)]
   tomentoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica incana)]
torosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindrical with constrictions
torqueo, torquere, torsi, tortum - verb, 2nd conjugation: to twist tightly, to wrap around
   torta - perfect passive participle, anlative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea)]
tortilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: twisted
   tortili - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis rubra), p. 65. (Aira montana)]
tortuosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: twisted
torulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindrical with bulges or constrictions at intervals
   torulosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum erectum)]
torus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: torus, receptacle
transverse - adverb: transversely
tres, tres, tria - numerical adjective: three
triandrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-stamened
   triandris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 31. (Valeriana dioica, Valeriana officinalis), p. 32. (Valeriana celtica, Valeriana montana, Valeriana phu, Valeriana tripteris), p. 33. (Valeriana chinensis, Valeriana locusta, Valeriana pyrenaica, Valeriana saxatilis, Valeriana tuberosa), p. 34. (Valeriana mixta)]
triangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: triangular
triangulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: triangular
   triangulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 70. (Briza minor)]
tribus, tribus - noun, 4th declension, feminine: tribe
trichoma, trichomatis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: hair
tricolpatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tricolpate
tricuspidatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tricuspid
   tricuspidatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Globularia cordifolia), p. 125. (Ilex cuneifolia)]
trifidus, -a, -um - [adjective, group A: trifid ?]
   trifida - ablative singular feminine [Linnaeus (1753), p. 46. (Cyperus fuscus)]
   trifidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Chionanthus virginica), p. 25. (Salvia hispanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa triandra), p. 104. (Asperula pyrenaica, Asperula tinctoria)]
   trifidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus), p. 105. (Galium trifidum)]
trifloris, -is, -e - adjective, group B: three-flowered
   trifloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 8. (Chionanthus virginica), p. 15. (Justicia hyssopifolia), p. 16. (Justicia chinensis), p. 80. (Avena fatua, Avena flavescens), p. 81. (Arundo donax), p. 86. (i>Triticum repens)]
   trifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa pratensis)]
trilocularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: trilocular
trinervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-nerved
 &nnbsp; trinerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 108. (Galium boreale)]
tripinnatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tripinnate
   tripinnatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 99. (Scabiosa triandra)]
triplex, triplex, triplex - adjective, group B: three-fold
triplus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: triple, three-fold
   triplo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena sibirica)]
triquetrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-angled
   triquetris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum)]
   triquetris - ablative plural neuuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, p. 115. (Plantago subulata)]
   triquetro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus coloratus), p. 44. (Schoenus glomeratus), p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus esculentus, Cyperus haspan, Cyperus iria, Cyperus rotundus), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus), p. 51. (Scirpus lithospermus, Scirpus spadiceus, Scirpus sylvaticus), p. 52. (Scirpus michelianus)]
trunco, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to cut off
   truncatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena prismatica), p. 86. (Triticum spelta)]
   truncatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia africana-lutea)]
truncus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: trunk
tuber, tuberis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: tuber
   tuberibus - ablative plural [gender?] [Linnaeus (1753), p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus)]
tuberculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tuberculate
tuberculum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: tubercle
   tuberosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus)]
tubus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: tube
   tubo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium, Crocus sativus), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus), p. 109. (Catesbeia spinosa)]
turbinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: turbinate
   turbinatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron)]
typus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: type

- U -
ubi - adverb: where
ultimus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: most distant
   ultimo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca rubra)]
umbella, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: umbel
   umbella - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus elegans, Cyperus esculentus, Cyperus haspan, Cyperus iria, Cyperus longus, Cyperus rotundus), p. 46. (Cyperus compressus, Cyperus flavescens, Cyperus fuscus, Cyperus odoratus), p. 47. (Cyperus papyrus, Cyperus strigosus), p. 50. (Scirpus dichotomus, Scirpus echinatus, Scirpus retrofractus), p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus, Scirpus sylvaticus)]
   umbellis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 117. (Cornus mas), p. 119. (Oldenlandia umbellata)]
umbellatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: umbellate
   umbellatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper peltatum, Piper umbellatum), p. 88. Holosteum umbellatum)]
   umbellato-sessilibus = umbellato (combining form of group A adjective umbellatus, -a, -um) + sessilibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus haspan)]
uncinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: hook-shaped
   uncinatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper aduncum)]
undulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: undulate, wavy
   undulatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes undulata), p. 126. (Potamogeton crispum)]
unguiculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: clawed
unguis, unguis - noun, 3rd declension, masculine: claw
unicus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: single
   unico - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Circaea alpina), p. 37. (Antholyza ringens)]
uniflorus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: one-flowered
   unifloro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 38. (Iris pumila, Iris susiana), p. 39. (Iris verna), p. 92. (Leucadendron acaulon), p. 115. (Plantago uniflora), p. 128. (Sagina erecta)]
   unifloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena sibirica), p. 81. (Arundo epigejos), p. 82. (Arundo calamagrostis, Arundo arenaria), p. 89. (Mollugo oppositifolia, Mollugo verticillata)]
   unifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 84. (Elymus caput-medusae)]
   unifloris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 86. (Triticum monoeoceum)]
unisexualis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: unisexual
univalvis, -is, -e - adjective, group B - one-valved
   univalvi - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus sativus)]
universalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: belonging/applying to the whole
   universali - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon quinquangulare)]
unus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: one
   uno - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca amethystina)]
urceolatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: vase-shaped, urceolate
-usculus, -a, -um - a diminutive suffix
usque - adverb (usually followed by ad): continuously, (all the way) to
uterqui, utraque, utrumque - adjective, group A: each
utriculus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: utricle
utrinque - adverb: on both sides, at both ends
   utrinque [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna indica), p. 16. (Justicia purpurea), p. 25. (Salvia mexicana), p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus, Bromus purgans)]

- V -
vacuola, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: vacuole
vadosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: shallow
vagina, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: sheath
   vaginas - accusative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum clandestinum)]
   vaginis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum sanguinale, p. 58. (Panicum miliaceum), p. 59. (Panicum brevifolium), p. 65. (Aira praecox), p. 76. (Bromus purgans)]
   vaginisque = ablative plural feminine + -que [why?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus ciliatus)]
vaginatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: sheathed
   vaginatus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 52. (Eriophorum vaginatum)]
vaginans, vaginans, vaginans - adjective, group B: sheathing
   vaginantibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 127. (Potamogeton marinum)]
vagus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: having no particular direction
   vagis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 90. (Lechea major)]
   vagis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 18. (Utricularia caerulea)]
valde - adverb: strongly, very, heavily
valva, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: valve
valvatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: valvate
valvula - noun, 1st declension: valve
   valvula - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 43. (Schoenus ferrugineus, Schoenus nigricans), p. 75. (Festuca bromoides)]
variabilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: variable
varietas, varietatis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: variety
-ve - conjunction (enclitic): or
   -ve [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Veronica virginica)]
vegetabile, vegetabilis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: plant
vel - conjunction: or, to
vel ... vel - conjunction: either ... or
velum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: velum
vena, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: vein
venosus, -a, -um - adjective, Group A: having many branched veins
   venosis - abative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper siriboa), p. 30. (Piper umbellatum)]
   venoso-reticulatis = venoso- (combining form of group A adjective venosus, -a, -um) + reticulatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 15. (Justicia betonica)]
ventralis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: ventral
ventricosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: swollen
   ventricosa - ablative singular feminine [Linnaeus (175), p. 55. (Phalaris arundinacea)]
   ventricosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 85. (Triticum aestivum), (Triticum hybernum, Triticum turgidum)]
venula, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: veinlet
vernatio, vernationis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: vernation
verosimiliter - adverb: very likely
verrucosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: warty
versus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: turned
   versu - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 74. (Festuca amethystina)]
   versis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Pinus abies)
versus - preposition (takes accusative): toward
verticillatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: whorled
   verticillatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 22. (Monarda punctata), p. 23. (Monarda ciliata), p. 101. (Hedyotis auricularia)]
   verticillatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 89. (Mollugo verticillata), p. 102. (Sherardia arvensis), p. 107. (Galium glaucum, Galium purpureum, Galium rubrum), p. 108. (Galium parisiense)]
   verticillatis - ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 94. (Protea argentea)]
verticillus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: whorl
   verticillis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pratensis), p. 26. (Salvia indica), Salvia verticillata), p. 27. (Salvia aethiopica)]
vestitus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: clothed
   vestito - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 2. (Amomum granum-paradisi)]
vetus, vetus, vetus - adjective, group B: old
vetustus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: old
vice - adverb: instead of
viginti - adjective (indeclinable): twenty
   viginti [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 70. (Briza eragrostis)]
villoso-tomentosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: villous-tomentose
villosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: villose
   villosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Alopecurus monspeliensis)]
   villosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes hirsuta)]
   villosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 76. (Bromus purgans), p. 86. (Triticum turgidum)]
   villosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 64. (Aira cespitosa), p. 79. (Avena pensylvanica), p. 84. (Secale villosum), p. 108. (Galium aparine)]
   villosis - ablative plural [feminine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 58. (Panicum dactylon)]
   villoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 17. (Pinguicula villosa)]
   villoso - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis arundinacea)]
   villosum - nominative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum tinctorium)]
virgatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: twiggy
   virgata - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum virgatum)]
viridis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: green
viscidium, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: viscidium
vix - adverb: barely
   vix - [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 132. (Lithospermum arvense, Lithospermum officinale)]
volubilis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: twining
vulgo - adverb: commonly

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zona, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: zone
   zonis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus)]
zygomorphus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: zygomorphic