Botanical Latin Words - E

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ex - preposition (takes ablative): from, out of (used before a word that begins with a consonant)
   ex [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 755. (Astragalus christianus)]
ebracteatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without bracts
   ebracteatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 526. (Cistus guttatus)]
ecaudatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: ecaudate
 &bnsp; ecaudatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 617. (Antirrhinum majus, Antirrhinum orontium)]
echinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: echinate
   echinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea), p. 741. (Glycyrrhiza echinata), p. 921. (Calendula officinalis), p. 1011. (Cucumis anguria)]
ecornis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: without horns
   ecornibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 227. (Swertia dichotoma)]
effusus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: loose, spread out
   effusa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Phalaris oryzoides), p. 991. (Zizania aquatica)]
eglandulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: eglandular
   eglandulosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 377. (Cassia fistula), p. 378. (Cassia alata)]
   eglandulosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 473. (Prunus lusitanica)]
elevo, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to raise
   elevatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris)]
ellipticus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: elliptic, elliptical
   ellipticis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 646. (Thlaspi saxatile)]
   ellipticis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 88. (Holosteum succulentum), p. 334. (Rumex alpinus), p. 834. (Cacalia porophyllum)]
elongatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: elongate
   elongatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 33. (Valeriana saxatilis), p. 833. (Bidens nivea)]
   elongato ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 948. (Ophrys anthropophora)]
   elongato-dentatis = elongato- (combining form of group A adjective elongatus, -a, -um) + dentatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective dentatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 801. (Hieracium chrondrilloides)]
emarginatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: emarginate
   emarginata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 573. (Betonica officinalis)]
   emarginatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 4. (Salicornia virginia), p. 255. (Cicuta virosa), p. 260. (Seseli annuum), p. 366. (Paullinia mexicana, Paullinia pinnata)]
   emarginatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 609. (Pedicularis comosa)]
   emarginatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 159. (Convolvulus brasiliensis), p. 223. (Anabasis aphylla), p. 376. (Cassia emarginata), p. 378. (Cassia biflora), p. 381. (Caesalpinia sappan, Caesalpinia vesicaria), p. 408. (Gypsophila rigida), p. 415. (Cucubalus aegyptiacus), p. 416. (Silene anglica), p. 417. (Silene cerastoides), , p. 419. (Silene antirrhina, Silene inaperta), p. 420. (Silene cretica), p. 421. (Silene rupestris), p. 422. (Stellaria biflora), p. 436. (Agrostemma coelirosa, Agrostemma flos-jovis), p. 438. (Cerastium semidecandrum), p. 453. (Euphorbia cotinifolia), p. 456. (Euphorbia tuberosa), p. 463. (Euphorbia characias), p. 512. (Sloanea emarginata), p. 526. (Cistus oelandicus), p. 644. (Lepidium petraeum), p. 663. (Hesperis matronalis, p. 737. (Vicia peregrina), p. 752. (Cracca senticosa, Cracca tinctoria), p. 755. (Astragalus capitatus), p. 907. (Rudbeckia hirta), p. 956. (Passiflora rubra), p. 1001. (Pinus picea), p. 1031. (Cissampelos pareira)]
   emarginato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 721. (Lupinus perennis), p. 943. (Orchis spectabilis)]
   emarginato - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 860. (Baccharis halimifolia)]
   emarginato-crenatis = emarginato- (combining form of group A adjective emarginatus, -a, -um) + crenatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective crenatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 583. (Marrubium africanum, Marrubium candidissimum)]
emergo, emergere, emersi, emersum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to to come up out of water
   emersis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 556. (Ranunculus aquatilis)]
enervis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: without nerves
   enervibus - ablative plural neuter p. 1. [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1. (Canna glauca)]
enervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without nerves
   enerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper obtusifolium), p. 196. (Ceanothus africanus, Ceanothus asiaticus), p. 370. (Laurus benzoin), p. 371. (Laurus winterana), p. 878. (Solidago altissima)]
eno, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to arise from
   enatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 499. (Potentilla monspeliensis)]
ensiformis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: ensiform
   ensiformi-compressus = ensiformi- (combining form of group B adjective ensiformis, -is, -e) + compressus (nominative singular masculine of present active participle of 3rd conjugation verb comprimo, -ere, -essi, -essum) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 469. (Cactus phyllanthus)]
   ensiformi-triangulis = ensiformi- (combining form of group B adjective ensiformis, -is, -e) + triangularis (ablative plural neuter of group B adjective triangularis, -is, -e) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 535. (Stratiotes aloides)]
   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, Iris versicolor), p. 87. (Eriocaulon decangulare, Eriocaulon sexangulare), p. 291. (Pancratium illyricum), p. 310. (Asphodelus ramosus), p. 311. (Anthericum calyculatum, Anthericum ossifragum), p. 313. (Asparagus falcatus), p. 318. (Hyacinthus racemosus), p. 379. (Cassia chamaecrista), p. 733. (Lathyrus sylvestris), p. 798. (Leontodon dandelion), p. 831. (Carthamus arborescens), p. 851. (Gnaphalium luteumalbum), p. 870. (Senecio paludosus), p. 954. (Epidendrum ensifolium)]
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), p. 176. (Conocarpus erecta, Morinda umbellata), p. 388. (Jussiaea erecta, Jussiaea peruviana, Jussiaea suffruticosa), p. 419. (Silene rubella), p. 420. (Silene cretica), p. 452. (Euphorbia tirucalli), p. 546. (Thalictrum flavum), p. 755. (Phaca alpina, Phaca baetica), p. 797. (Prenanthes altissima), p. 893. (Anthemis altissima), p. 1014. (Andrachne fruticosa)]
   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), p. 322. (Aloe viscosa), p. 432. (Sedum rubens), p. 977. (Carex capillaris, Carex pallescens)]
   erectiore - comparative degree, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 977. (Carex limosa)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 415. (Cucubalus tataricus), p. 416. (Silene anglica, Silene lusitanica, Silene quinquevulnera), p. 417. (Silene cerastoides, Silene gallica), p. 420 (Silene cretica), p. 421. (Silene bupleuroides, Silene rupestris), p. 429. (Cotyledon umbilicus), p. 500. (Geum virginianum), p. 501. (Geum urbanum), p. 559. (Passerina ciliata), p. 591. (Thymus acinos), p. 605. (Lathraea clandestina), p. 710. (Genista tinctoria), p. 717. (Ononis repens), p. 727. (Dolochos soja), p. 736. (Vicia lathyroides), p. 739. (Cytisus cajan, Cytisus nigricans, Cytisus sessilifolius), p. 748. (Hedysarum viridiflorum), p. 759. (Astragalus glaux), p. 760. (Astragalus montanus), p. 761. (Astragalus grandiflorus), p. 798. (Leontodon autumnale), p. 821. (Carduus acanthoides), p. 822. (Carduus palustris), p. 841. (Chrysocoma ciliata), p. 876. (Aster tradescanti), p. 879. (Solidago mexicana), p. 880. (Solidago virgaurea), p. 933. (Lobelia cheiranthus), p. 935. (Viola montana), p. 985. (Urtica canadensis), p. 991. (Amaranthus hypocondriacus, Amaranthus spinosus), p. 1102. (Lycopodium obscurum)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 823. (Carduus eriophorus), p. 906. (Helianthus atrorubens), p. 975. (Carex digitata), p. 976. (Carex atrata), p. 977. (Carex panicea), p. 978. (Carex cespitosa), p. 990. (Amaranthus lividus)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 737. (Vicia narbonensis, Vicia sepium), p. 743. (Coronilla cretica), Hedysarum virginicum), p. 761. (Astragalus uralensis), p. 777. (Trigonella polyceratia), p. 831. (Bidens tripartita), p. 832. (Bidens cernua), p. 911. (Centaurea nigra), p. 942. (Orchis maculata), p. 971. (Sparganium erectum)]
   erectiusculis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum), p. 432. (Sedum acre, Sedum sexangulare), p. 736. (Vicia benghalensis), p. 757. (Astragalus uliginosus), p. 777. (Trigonella foenum-graecum)]
   erectiusculus - nominative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 757. (Astragalus uliginosus)]
   erecto - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 306. (Tulipa gesneriana), p. 313. (Asparagus asiaticus, Asparagus officinalis), p. 340. (Trillium erectum, Trillium sessile), p. 348. (Epilobium palustre), p. 362. (Polygonum orientale), p. 363. (Polygonum erectum), p. 364. (Polygonum tataricum), p. 395. (Arbutus unedo), p. 402. (Saxifraga hirculus), p. 404. (Saxifraga cespitosa, Saxifraga groenlandica, Saxifraga tridactylites), p. 405. (Saxifraga hypnoides), p. 409. (Saponaria orientalis), p. 430. (Sedum aizoon, Sedum telephium), p. 432. (Sedum annuum, Sedum villosum), p. 435. (Oxalis stricta), p. 454. (Euphorbia pilulifera), p. 455. (Euphorbia ipecacuanhae), p. 456. (Euphorbia portulacoides), p. 481. (Mesembryanthemum umbellatum), p. 495. (Fragaria muricata), p. 496. (Potentilla rupestris), p. 497. (Potentilla argentea, Potentilla pimpinelloides, Potentilla recta), p. 499. (Potentilla grandiflora, Potentilla monspeliensis), p. 500. (Tormentilla erecta), p. 501. (Geum montanum), p. 531. (Delphinium elatum), p. 544. (Clematis recta), p. 549. (Ranunculus gramineus, Ranunculus lingua), p. 554. (Ranunculus bulbosus, Ranunculus polyanthemos), p. 555. (Ranunculus chaerophyllos, Ranunculus grandiflorus), p. 562. (Teucrium pseudochamaepitys), p. 563. (Teucrium mauritanum), p. 564. (Teucrium canadense, Teucrium scorodonia), p. 566. (Teucrium capitatum), p. 578. (Glechoma arvensis), p. 597. (Ocimum frutescens), p. 613. (Antirrhinum aegyptiacum, Antirrhinum triornithophorum), p. 614. (Antirrhinum arvense, Antirrhinum bipunctatum), p. 616. (Antirrhinum linaria), p. 617. (Antirrhinum chalepense), p. 622. (Bignonia catalpa), p. 650. (Alyssum incanum), p. 651. (Alyssum clypeatum, Alyssum creticum), p. 663. (Hesperis matronalis), p. 664. (Hesperis verna), p. 681. (Geranium maculatum, Geranium phaeum, Geranium sylvaticum), p. 688. (Malva peruviana), p. 689. (Malva alcea, Malva hispanica, Malva mauritiana, Malva sylvestris, Malva verticillata), p. 691. (Lavatera cretica), p. 700. (Fumaria sempervirens, Fumaria spicata), p. 701. (Polygala incarnata), p 702. (Polygala monspeliaca), p. 703. (Polygala scabra), p. 704. (Polygala senega), p. 705. (Polygala ciliata, Polygala lutea, Polygala sanguinea, Polygala triflora, Polygala viridescens), p. 725. (Phaseolus max, Phaseolus radiatus), p. 727. (Dolichos soja), p. 737. (Vicia faba), p. 740. (Cytisus monspessulanus), p. 748. (Hedysarum viridiflorum), p. 750. (Hedysarum alpinum), p. 761. (Astragalus uralensis), p. 764. (Trifolium caeruleum), p. 765. (Trifolium indicum, Trifolium italicum, Trifolium officinale, Trifolium polonicum), p. 768. (Trifolium lappaceum, Trifolium rubens), p. 770. (Trifolium montanum), p. 772. (Trifolium agrarium, Trifolium spadiceum [as renamed in 1755]), p. 774. (Lotus angustissimus, Lotus erecta), p. 775. (Lotus hirsuta, Lotus jacobaeus, Lotus recta), p. 778. (Medicago sativa, Medicago virginica), p. 786. (Hypericum hirsutum), p. 798. (Leontodon dandelion), p. 799. (Leontodon hispidum, Leontodon tuberosum), p. 800. (Hieracium venosum), p. 802. (Hieracium paniculatum), p. 804. (Hieracium kalmii, Hieracium sabaudum), p. 826. (Cnicus oleraceus), p. 845. (Artemisia abrotanum), p. 854. (Gnaphalium purpureum), p. 857. (Gnaphalium gallicum, Gnaphalium germanicum, Gnaphalium montanum), p. 866. (Senecio hieracifolius), p. 868. (Senecio sylvaticus), p. 869. (Senecio crucifolia), p. 870. (Senecio jacobaea), p. 879. (Solidago latifolia), p. 882. (Inula britannica), p. 884. (Inula provinncialis), p. 887. (Tagetes erecta), p. 930. (Lobelia cardinalis, Lobelia kalmii), p. 931. (Lobelia cliffortiana, Lobelia inflata, Lobelia siphilitica, Lobelia urens), p. 932. (Lobelia erinus), p. 936. (Viola canadensis), p. 960. (Aristolochia arborescens), p. 962. (Aristolochia clematitis), p. 979. (Axyris amaranthoides), p. 980. (Axyris hybrida), p. 981. (Phyllanthus niruri), p. 1010. (Cucurbita melopepo)]
   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. 139. (Lycopsis arvensis, Lycopsis orientalis), p. 200. (Ribes alpinum), p. 209. (Vinca major), p. 211. (Ceropegia candelabrum), p. 217. (Stapelia hirsuta), p. 218. (Chenopodium rubrum), p. 415. (Cucubalus aegyptiacus), p. 759. (Astragalus arenarius), 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), p. 214. (Asclepias amoena, Asclepias purpurascens), p. 215. (Asclepias curassavica, Asclepias nivea), p. 252. (Sison amomum), p. 302. (Lilium bulbiferum), p. 424. (Arenaria tenuifolia), p. 438. (Cerastium dichotomum), p. 641. (Vella pseudocytisus), p. 659. (Sisymbrium irio)]
   erectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 138. (Borago afrcana), p. 179. (Datura stramonium), p. 219. (Chenopodium album), p. 308. (Ornithogalum canadense), p. 320. (Aloe humilis), p. 341. (Colchicum autumnale), p. 396. (Pyrola minor), p. 427. (Banisteria purpurea)p. 727. (Dolichos biflorus), p. 736. (Vicia sativa), p. 743. (Coronilla varia), p. 759. (Astragalus sesameus)]
   erectiusculis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 19. (Verbena lappulacea), p. 319. (Scilla bifolia)]
   erectiusculo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 364. (Polygonum fagopyrum), p. 658. (Sisymbrium vimineum), p. 765. (Trifolium creticum)]
   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. 128. (Sagina erecta, Sagina virginica), p. 139. (Lycopsis virginica), p. 148. (Anagallis monelli, Lysimachia linum-stellatum), p. 152. (Phlox glaberrima, Phlox pilosa), p. 164. (Campanula pyramidalis), p. 196. (Celastrus myrtifolius), p. 204. (Achyranthes aspera, Achyranthes lanata, Achyranthes lappacea), p. 207. (Illecebrum capitatum), p. 213. (Apocynum frutescens, Cynanchum erectum), p. 216. (Asclepias lactifera, Asclepias vincetoxicum), p. 217. (Asclepias verticillata), p. 221. (Chenopodium altissimum), 224. (Gomphrena globosa, Gomphrena interrupta, Gomphrena serrata), p. 289. (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), p. 303. (Lilium camschatcense, p. 1102. (Lycopodium selago)]
   erecto - perfect passive participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 322. (Aloe pumila)]
   erecto-distantibus = erecto- (combining form of perfect passive participle of 3rd conjugation verb erigo, erigere, erexi, erectum) + distantibus (ablative plural masculine of group B adjective) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 832. (Bidens frondosa)]
   erecto-patulus = erecto- (combining form of perfect passive participle of 3rd conjugation verb erigo, erigere, erexi, erectum) + patulus (nominative singular masculine of group A adjective patulus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 757. (Astragalus microphyllus)]
   erectum - nominative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 437. (Cerastium viscosum), p. 858. (Xeranthemum speciosissimum, Xeranthemum vestitum), p. 1022. (Empetrum album)]
   erectus - perfect passive participle, nominative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p 466. (Cactus heptogonus, Cactus hexagonus, Cactus tetragonus), p. 467. (Cactus lanuginosus, Cactus pentagonus, Cactus peruvianus, Cactus repandus, Cactus royeni), p 527. (Cistus aegyptiacus, Cistus ledifolius), p. 529. (Cistus apenninus), p. 591. (Thymus vulgaris), p. 755. (Astragalus christianus), p. 756. (Astragalus hedysaroides, Astragalus pilosus, Astragalus sulcatus), p. 757. (Astragalus carolinianus)]
erodo, erodere, erosi, erosum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to erode
   erosis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 25. (Salvia pyrenaica), p. 219. (Chenopodium album), p. 337. (Rumex roseus)]
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)
   ex [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 217. (Asclepias rubra)]
exaro, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to furrow
   exaratis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 532. (Aconitum napellus)]
excavo, excavare, excavavi, excavatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to to hollow out
   excavatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural, neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 151. (Azalea lapponica)]
excedo, excedere, excessi, excessum - verb, 3rd conjungation: to exceed
   excedente - present active participle, ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 228. (Gentiana acaulis, Gentiana verna)]
   excedentibus - present active participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 144. (Cortusa gmelini)]
   excedentibus - present active participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 139. (Echium italicum)]
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)]
excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to take out, to extract
   excipientibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 571. (Nepeta tuberosa)]
expando, expandere, expandi, expansum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to expand
   expansis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 724. (Phaseolus helvolus)]
explano, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to flatten, to spread out
   explanatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 222. (Salsola rosacea), p. 588. (Clinopodium incanum)]
   explanatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 588. (Clinopodium rugosum)]
   explanato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 618. (Antirrhinum canadense)]
exsero, exserere, exserui, exsertum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to exsert
   exserente - present active participle, ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 61. (Agrostis spicaventi)]
   exsertis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 352. (Erica umbellata), p. 354. (Erica bruniades, Erica curviflora), p. 355. (Erica capitata, Erica carnea, Erica coccinea, Erica corifolia, Erica multiflora)]
   exsertis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 598. (Trichostema dichotomum), p. 632. (Orobanche laevis)]
exsto, exstare, exstiti, — - verb, 1st conjugation: to project, to protrude
   exstantibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 63. (Agrostis virginica), p. 102. (Spermacoce verticillata)]
exstipulatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: without stipules
   exstipulatus - nominative singular masculine [1753:; Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 525. (Custus canus, Cistus fumana, Cistus umbellatus), p. 526. (Cistus canadensis, Cistus guttatus, Cistus marifolius, Cistus oelandicus, Cistus tuberaria)]
exter, extera, exterum - adjective, group A: on the outside
   exteriore - comparative degree, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 689. (Malva hispanica), p. 744. (Hippocrepis comosa)]
   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), p. 160. (Ipomoea campanulata)]
   exterioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 298. (Allium descendens), p. 696. (Hibiscus surattensis)]
   exterioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca elatior), p. 337. (Rumex spinosus), p. 412. (Dianthus alpinus)]
   exterioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 66. (Melica ciliata), p. 240. (Tordylium nodosum), p. 317. (Hyacinthus serotinus), p. 376. (Cassia tora), p. 377. (Cassia occidentalis, p. 912. (Centaurea ragusina), p. 386. (Tribulus maximus), p. 519. (Mimosa vaga), p. 737. (Vicia sepium), p. 951. (Arethusa divaricata), p. 997. (Juglans nigra)]
externe - adverb: externally; toward the outside
   externe [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 204. (Achyranthes lappacea), p. 486. (Mesembryanthemum rostratum)]
extimus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: outermost
   extima - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 59. (Panicum virgatum), p. 919. (Centaurea crocodylium)]
   extimis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 694. (Hibiscus malvaviscus)]
   extimis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 248. (Laserpitium prutenicum), p. 378. (Cassia ligustrina), p. 496. (Potentilla fragarioides), p. 497. (Potentilla bifurca), p. 521. (Mimosa nilotica), p. 898. (Achillea macrophylla)]
   extimo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 251. (Angelica atropurpurea), p. 660. (Erysimum barbarea), p. 743. (Coronilla argentea), p. 837. (Eupatorium altissimum)]
   extimo-serratis = extimo- (combining form of group A adjective extimus, -a, -um) + serratis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective serratus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 872. (Aster sibiricus)]
extremitas, extremitatis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: extremity, tip
   extremitatem - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 725. (Dolichos lablab)]
extrorsum - adverb: extrorsely
   extrorsum [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 57. (Panicum dimidiatum, Panicum dissectum), p. 84. (Secale creticum), p. 427. (Banisteria fulgens), p. 640. (Myagrum perenne), p. 726. (Dolichos trilobus), p. 745. (Scorpiurus muricata, Scorpiurus subvillosa, Scorpiurus sulcata), p. 890. (Chrysanthemum coronarium), p. 904. (Helianthus annuus)]
extus - adverb: outside, on the outside
   extus [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 559. (Passerina hirsuta)]


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