Botanical Latin Words - Q

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quadrag[...?] - adjective, group [A?]: [?]
   quadragintajugis - ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 520. (Mimosa peregrina)]
quadrangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: quadrangular
   quadrangulari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 155. (Convolvulus turpethum)]
   quadrangularibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 605. (Melampyrum cristatum)]
   quadrangularis - nominative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 466. (Cactus tetragonus)]
quadrangulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: quadrangular
   quadrangulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1002. (Cupressus sempervirens)]
   quadrangulo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 522. (Miosa quadrivalvis), p. 569. (Hyssopus nepetoides), p. 785. (Hypericum canadense)]
quadro, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to give a square shape to
   quadrato - perfect passive participle, ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 785. (Hypericum quadrangulum)]
quadricapsularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: four-capsuled
   quadricapsularibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, , p. 504. (Actaea cimicifuga)]
quadricornis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: four-horned
   quadricornibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 227. (Swertia corniculata)]
quadridentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-toothed
   quadridentatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 633. (Orobanche virginiana)]
quadrifariam - adverb: in four directions
   quadrifariam [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 199. (Brunia nodiflora), p. 423. (Arenaria tetraquetra), p. 559. (Passerina filiformis), p. 560. (Lachnaea eriocephala), p. 841. (Santolina chamaecyparissus)]
quadrifidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-cleft
   quadrifida - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 457. (Euphorbia lathyrus), p. 460. (Euphorbia orientalis)]
   quadrifidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica), p. 193. (Rhamnus catharticus), p. 197. (Euonymus europaeus), p. 369. (Laurus nobilis), p. 430. (Cotyledon laciniata), p. 442. (Asarum hypocistis), p. 448. (Reseda luteola), p. 481. (Mesembryanthemum noctiflorum), p. 559. (Stellera passerina)]
   quadrifidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 98. (Scabiosa alpina, Scabiosa leucantha, Scabiosa succisa, Scabiosa syriaca, Scabiosa transylvanica), p. 99. (Scabiosa arvensis, Scabiosa integrifolia, Scabiosa tatarica), p. 227. (Swertia corniculata, Swertia dichotoma), p. 231. (Gentiana campestris, Gentiana ciliata, Gentiana cruciata, Gentiana filiformis, Gentiana sessilis), p. 360. (Polygonum virginianum)]
   quadrifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 415. (Cucubalus quadrifidus), p. 436. (Lychnis flos-cuculi)]
   quadrifido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 34. (Valeriana mixta), p. 510. (Nymphaea alba)]
   quadrifido - ablative singular neuter [
1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 940. (Orchis morio), p. 941. (Orchis ustulata)]
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)]
quadrijugo, quadrijugare, quadrijugavi, quadrijugatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to connect
   quadrijugatis = perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 377. (Cassia falcata), p. 386. (Tribulus maximus)]
   quadrijugatisque = perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 377. (Cassia senna)]
quadrivalvis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: four-valved
   quadrivalvibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 509. (Argemone pyrenaica)]
   quadrivalvibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 522. (Mimosa quadrivalvis)]
quadruplus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-fold
   quadruplo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides)]
quatern[...?] - [?]:[?]
   quaternatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 723. (Robinia frutex, Robinia pygmaea)]
quaterni, -ae, -a - (plural only) adjective, group A: four each, in fours
   quaternis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 147. (Lysimachia quadrifolia]
   quaternis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 72. (Cynosurus aegyptius), p. 103. (Sherardia fruticosa), p. 355. (Erica pilulifera), p. 411. (Dianthus glaucus), p. 636. (Barleria prionitis)]
   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), p. 147. (Lysimachia quadrifolia), p. 209. (Nerium oleander), p. 281. (Linum quadrifolium), p. 353. (Erica arborea, Erica tetralix, Erica viridi-purpurea), p. 355. (Erica carnea, Erica corifolia, Erica pilulifera), p. 367. (Paris quadrifolia), p. 414. (Cucubalus stellatus), p. 430. (Sedum verticillatum), p. 608. (Pedicularis verticillata), p. 613. (Antirrhinum purpureum, Antirrhinum triornithophorum), p. 614. (Antirrhinum bipunctatum, Antirrhinum repens), p. 621. (Scrophularia coccinea), p. 639. (Acanthus maderaspatensis), p. 706. (Polygala cruciata), p. 738. (Ervum tetraspermum)]
quaternus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [?]
   quaterno-pinnatis = quaterno- (combining form of group A adjective quaternus, -a, -um) + pinnatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective pinnatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 719. (Anthyllis tetraphylla), p. 729. (Orobus angustifolius)]
quattuor - adjective (indeclinable): four
   quattuor - (indeclinable) neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 651. (Alyssum hyperboreum)]
   quattuordecim-angularis = quattuor- (combining form of indeclinable adjective quattuordecim) + angularis (nominative plural masculine of group A adjective angularus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 466. (Cactus melocactus)]
-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)]
quidam, quaedam, quoddam - pronoun (indefinite): plural: some
   quibusdam - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 543. (Clematis viorna)]
quinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: having five leaflets
   quinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 123. (Alchemilla pentaphylla), p. 202. (Hedera quinquefolia), p. 203. (Vitis laciniosa), p. 497. (Potentilla argentea), p. 541. (Anemone quinquefolia), p. 551. (Ranunculus aconitifolius), p. 638. (Vitex negundo), p. 672. (Cleome icosandra, Cleome viscosa), p. 712. (Aspalathus indica), p. 716. (Crotalaria quinquefolia), p. 766. (Trifolium lupinaster), p. 964. (Arum pentaphyllum)]
   quinatisque = perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 497. (Potentilla hirta), p. 498. (Potentilla canadensis, Potentilla verna), p. 638. (Vitex trifoliis), p. 776. (Lotus dorycnium)]
   quinato-digitatis = quinato- (combining form of group A adjective quinatus, -a, -um) + digitatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective digitatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 493. (Rubus fruticosus)]
   quinato-pinnatis = quinato- (combining form of group A adjective quinatus, -a, -um) + pinnatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective pinnatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 492. (Rubus idaeus), p. 493. (Rubus occidentalis)]
quini, -ae, -a - adjective (numerical distributive; plural), group A: five together, in fives
   quinis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 635. (Ruellia antipoda), p. 797. (Prenanthes altissima, Prenanthes muralis, Prenanthes purpurea)]
   quinis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 9. (Veronica virginica), p. 89. (Mollugo pentaphylla)], p. 249. (Heracleum panaces, Heracleum sibiricum), p. 354. (Erica pallido-purpurea), p. 355. (Erica multiflora), p. 492. (Rosa indica, Rosa sempervirens), p. 494. (Rubus canadensis), p. 496. (Potentilla rupestris), p. 534. (Nigella arvensis), p. 615. (Antirrhinum multicaule), p. 655. (Cardamine chelidonia), p. 742. (Coronilla juncea), p.. 743. (Coronilla cretica), p. 1000. (Pinus cembra), p. 1001. (Pinus strobus), p. 1032. (Rajania quinquefolia)]
quinquangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: five-angled
   quinquangulari - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 87. (Eriocaulon quinquangulare)]
   quinquangularibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 409. (Saponaria vaccaria), p. 413. (Dianthus saxifragus)]
   quinquangularibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 696. (Hibiscus vitifolius), p. 1012. (Bryonia cordifolia)å]
quinque - adjective (indeclinable): five
   quinque [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper malamiris), p. 322. (Aloe viscosa)
quinquecarinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-keeled
   quinquecarinatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 167. (Campanula saxatilis)]
quinquedentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-toothed
   quinquedentatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 227. (Gentiana punctata), p. 587. (Moluccella laevis), p. 609. (Pedicularis comosa), p. 771. (Trifolium spumosum)]
quinquefidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-cleft
   quinquefida - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 228. (Gentiana acaulis, Gentiana verna), p. 229. (Gentiana bavarica), p. 457. (Euphorbia apios, Euphorbia dulcis), p. 458. (Euphorbia aleppica, Euphorbia pithyusa, Euphorbia portlandica, Euphorbia segetalis), p. 459. (Euphorbia corollata, Euphorbia helioscopia, Euphorbia serrata, Euphorbia verrucosa), p. 460. (Euphorbia corallioides, Euphorbia orientalis, Euphorbia pilosa, Euphorbia platyphyllos)]
   quinquefidis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 197. (Euonymus americanus), p. 587. (Moluccella frutescens)]
   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), p. 226. (Swertia difformis, Swertia perennis, Swertia rotata), p. 227. (Gentiana asclepiadea, Gentiana lutea, Gentiana punctata, Gentiana purpurea), p. 228. (Gentiana pneumonanthe, Gentiana saponaria, Gentiana villosa), p. 229. (Gentiana aquatica, Gentiana centaurium, Gentiana nivalis, Gentiana utriculosa), p. 230. (Gentiana amarella, Gentiana quinquefolia, Gentiana spicata), p. 559. (Stellera chamaejasme), p. 628. (Capraria biflora), p. 633. (Orobanche ramosa)]
   quinquefido - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 941. (Orchis militaris)]
   quinquefido-palmatis = quinquefido- (combining form of group A adjective quinquefidus, -a, -um) + palmatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective palmatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 695. (Hibiscus ficulneus)]
quinquefloris, quinquefloris, quinqueflore - adjective, group B: five-flowered
   quinquefloris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 80. (Avena pratensis), p. 81. (Arundo phragmites), p. 835. (Cacalia atriplicifolia)]
   quinquefloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa trivialis), p. 234. (Hydrocotyle vulgaris)]
   quinquefloris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 767. (Trifolium subterraneum)]
   quinquefloro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 848. (Artemisia vulgaris)]
quinquejugo, quinquejugare, quinquejugavi, quinquejugatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to connect
   quinquejugatis = perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 377. (Cassia fistula, Cassia occidentalis, Cassia planisiliqua), p. 387. (Tribulus lanuginosus), p. 516. (Mimosa inga), p. 523. (Mimosa ceratlnia, Mimosa tamarindifolia)]
   quinquejugis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 519. (Mimosa latisiliqua)]
quinquelobus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-lobed
   quinquelobis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 13. (Veronica hederaefolia), p. 169. (Campanula hederacea), p. 187. (Solanum mammosum), p. 235. (Astrantia major), p. 512. (Bombax religiosa), p. 612. (Antirrhinum cymbalaria), p. 678. (Geranium peltatum), p. 682. (Geranium lucidum), p. 688. (Malva rotundifolia), p. 693. (Gossypium herbaceum), p. 933. (Viola palmata), p. 1005. (Croton lobatum, Croton spinosum)]
   quinquelobo-hastatis = quinquelobo- (combining form of group A adjective quinquelobus, -a, -um) + hastatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective hastatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 690. (Lavatera olbia)]
quinquelocularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: five-locular
   quinquelocularibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 167. (Campanula medium), p. 168. (Campanula canariensis, Campanula fruticosa)]
quinquenervis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: five-nerved
   quinquenervibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 390. (Melastoma hirta, Melastoma malabathrica)]
quinquenervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: five-nerved
   quinquenerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 29. (Piper amalago, Piper reticulatum)]
quinquepartio, -ire, -ivi, -itum - verb, 4th conjugation: to divide into five parts
   quinquepartitis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 269. (Sambucus canadensis, Sambucus nigra)]
   quinquepartitis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 422. (Stellaria radians), p. 681. (Geranium maculatum), p. 683. (Geranium sanguineum, Geranium sibiricum), p. 689. (Malva moschata), p. 1006. (Jatropha gossypifolia), p. 1012. (Bryonia palmata), p. 1013. (Bryonia africana)]
   quinquepartito-multifidis = quinquepartito- (combining form of group A adjective quinquepartitus, -a, -um) + multifidis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective multifidus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 682. (Geranium columbinum)]
   quinquepartito-pedatis = quinquepartito- (combining form of group A adjective quinquepartitus, -a, -um) + pedatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective pedatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 696. (Hibiscus esculentus)]
quinquevalvis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: five-valved
   quinquevalvibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 508. (Argemone mexicana)]
quinquies - adverb: five times
   quinquies [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 245. (Peucedanum officinale)]


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