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tego, tegere, texi, tectum - verb, 3rd conjugation: to cover
   tectis - perfect passive paritciple, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 692. (Lavatera trimestris)]
   tectis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 167. (Campanula medium, Campanula sibirica), p. 354. (Erica bruniades), p. 668. (Brassica vesicaria)]
   tectis - perfect passive paritciple, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 744. (Scorpiurus vermiculata)]
   tectus - perfect passive participle, nominative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 466. (Cactus mammillaris)]
tenuis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: thin
   tenui - ablative singular [m/f?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 666. (Brassica campestris)]
   tenuibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 811. (Lapsana communis)]
   tenuioribus - comparative degree, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 427. (Banisteria fulgens)]
tenuissime - adverb, superlative degree: most thinly
    [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 899. (Achillea alpina), p. 1019. (Salix glauca)]
tenus - preposition: as far as
   tenus [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 492. (Rosa carolina)]
teres, -es, -e - adjective, group B: terete, circular in cross-section
   tereti - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 952. (Epidendrum domesticum, Epidendrum flos-acris), p. 954. (Epidendrum ensifolium, Epidendrum moniliforme), p. 973. (Carex uliginosa), p. 1030. (Smilax caduca, Smilax laurifolia, Smilax rotundifolia, Smilax tereti), p. 1031. (Smilax lanceolata, Smilax pseudo-china)]
   tereti - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 55. (Panicum alopecuroides), p. 56. (Panicum glaucum), p. 667. (Brassica oleracea)]
   tereti-cymbiformibus = tereti- (combining form of group B adjective teres, -es, -e) + cymbiformibus (ablative plural neuter of group B adjective cymbiformis, -is, -e) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 755. (Phaca baetica)]
   tereti-depressis = tereti- (combining form of group B adjective teres, -es, -e) + depressis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective depressus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 757. (Astragalus uliginosus)]
   teretia - [case, number, gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 301. (Allium schoenoprasum)]
   teretibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes undulata), p. 48. (Scirpus fluitans), p. 52. (Eriophorum polystachyon, Eriophorum vaginatum, Eriophorum virginicum), p. 197. (Celastrus pyracanthus), p. 205. (Celosia cristata) p. 421. (Silene rupestris), p. 484. (Mesembryanthemum falcatum), p. 493. (Rubus occidentalis), p. 554. (i>Ranunculus acris), p. 708. (Spartium junceum), p. 710. (Genista tinctoria), p. 715. (Crotalaria villosa), p. 727. (Pisum sativum), p. 787. (Ascyrum crus-andreae), p. 883. (Inula hirta), p. 961. (Aristolochia serpentaria), p. 992. (Poterium hybridum)]
   teretibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 75. (Festuca elatior, Festuca fluitans), p. 78. (Bromus pinnatus), p. 124. (Hypecoum erectum, Hypecoum pendulum), p. 297. (Allium arenarium), p. 664. (Hesperis provincialis), p. 669. (Raphanus raphanistrum, Raphanus sativus, Raphanus sibiricus)]
   teretibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 7. (Jasminum odoratissimum), p. 221. (Chenopodium fruticosum, Chenopodium hirsutum), p. 300. (Alliu cepa), p. 301. (Allium fistulosum), p. 311. (Anthericum annuum), p. 743. (Coronilla cretica, Coronilla varia), p. 751. (Indigofera glabra), p. 761. (Astragalus monspessulanus), p. 774. (Lotus erecta), p. 1008. (Trichosanthes anguina)]
teretifolius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [?]
   teretifolio - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 297. (Allium flavum, Allium moschatum, Allium sphaerocephalon, p. 299. (Allium oleraceum, Allium vineale)]
   teretiusculis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1029. (Smilax china)]
   teretiusculis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 245. (Athamanta annua), p. 365. (Paullinia seriana), 432. (Sedum album), p. 892. (Anacyclus valentinus), p. 974. (Carex foliacea)]
   teretiusculis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 280. (Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum), p. 854. (Gnaphalium teretifolium)]
   teretiusculo - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 309. (Scilla unifolia)]
tergeminus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [three times paired?]
   tergeminis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 517. (Mimosa tergemina)]
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), p. 152. (Phlox glaberrima, Phlox pilosa), p. 167. (Campanula thyrsoides), p. 171. (Phyteuma comosa), p. 285. (Bromelia pinguin), p. 315. (Convallaria racemosa), p. 316. (Convallaria stellata, Convallaria trifolia), p. 387. (Monotropa hypopithys), p. 545. (Thalictrum alpinum), p. 563. (Teucrium nissolianum), p. 564. (Teucrium canadense), p. 565. (Teucrium montanum), p. 566. (Teucrium pyrenaicum, Teucrium supinum), p. 621. (Scrophularia canina), p. 716. (Crotalaria alba), p. 842. (Santolina crenata), p. 850. (Gnaphalium dioicum), p. 854. (Gnaphalium rutilans), p. 855. (Gnaphalium cymosum, p. 874. (Aster concolor), p. 912. (Centaurea cineraria), p. 930. (Lobelia kalmii), p. 931. (Lobelia cliffortiana)]
   terminali - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica spicata), p. 48. (Scirpus cespitosus, Scirpus geniculatus), p. 226 (Swertia difformis), p. 251. (Sium latifolium), p. 325. (Juncus acutus) p. 328. (Juncus biglumis, Juncus triglumis), p. 357. (Daphne gnidium), p. 430. (Sedum aizoon), p. 431. (Sedum hybridum), p. 453. (Euphorbia origanoides), p. 514. (Microcos paniculata), p. 816. (Serratula tinctoria), p. 930. (Lobelia cardinalis), p. 933. (Lobelia comosa), p. 978. (Carex cespitosa)]
   terminali - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 166. (Campanula glomerata, Campanula graminifolia), p. 167. (Campanula cervicaria), p. 251. (Angelica atropurpurea), p. 357. (Daphne indica), p. 387. (Monotropa hypoopithys), p. 719. (Anthyllis montana), p. 855. (Gnaphalium leontopodium), p. 856. (Gnaphalium alpinum)]
   terminali - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 989. (Amaranthus tristis)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural [masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 326. (Juncus trifidus), p. 620. (Scrophularia aquatica, Scrophularia auriculata), p. 778. (Medicago virginica)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa), 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), p. 146. (Lysimachia ephemerum, Lysimachia vulgaris), p. 173. (Lonicera caprifolium), p. 175. (Lonicera corymbosa, Lonicera diervilla), p. 198. (Diosma uniflora), p. 276. (Statice flexuosa), p. 280. (Linum africanum), p. 331. (Frankenia hirsuta), p. 351. (Vaccinium vitis-idaea), p. 357. (Daphne cneorum), p. 358. (Daphne squarrosa), p. 391. (Kalmia latifolia), p. 393. (Andromeda hypnoides), p. 426. (Malpighia crassifolia, Malpighia verbascifolia), p. 454. (Euphorbia hypericifolia), p. 470. (Eugenia jambos), p. 471. (Eugenia acutangula), p. 489. (Spiraea opulifolia), p. 560. (Passerina uniflora), p. 564. (Teucrium virginicum), p. 593. (Melissa cretica), p. 635. (Ruellia antipoda), p. 675. (Melochia concatenata), p. 687. (Malva americana), p. 690. (Lavatera micans), p. 691. (Lavatera lusitanica), p. 712. (Aspalathus retroflexa), p. 804. (Hieracium pyrenaicum), p. 819. (Serratula amara), p. 821. (Carduus crispus), p. 828. (Carlina corymbosa), p. 851. (Gnaphalium obtusifolium), p. 853. (Gnaphalium sordidum), p. 854. (Gnaphalium petiolatum), p. 856. (Gnaphalium uliginosum), p. 859. (Carpesium cernuum), p. 862. (Conyza chinenis), p. 863. (Erigeron carolinianum), p. 874. (Aster rigidus), p. 875. (Aster novae-angliae), p. 877. (Aster chinensis), p. 880. (Solidago rigida), p. 895. (Anthemis americana), p. 916. (Centaurea isnardii), p. 927. (Filago pygmea), p. 987. (Ambrosia elatior)]
   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), p. 140. (Tournefortia hirsutissima), p. 147. (Lysimachia atropurpurea), p. 173. (Lonicera sempervirens), p. 175. (Lonicera marilandica), p. 193. (Rhamnus catharticus), p. 215. (Asclepias incarnata), p. 229. (Gentiana aquatica), p. 566. (Teucrium mucronatum), p. 568. (Satureja origanoides), p. 616. (Antirrhinum linaria), p. 741. (Ulex capensis), p. 764. (Psoralea dalea), p. 976. (Carex atrata, Carex pilulifera), p. 978. (Carex folliculata)]
   terminalibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 21. (Ziziphora capitata), p. 22. (Monarda fistulosa), p. 42. (Schoenus aculeatus), p. 173. (Lonicera periclymenum), p. 207. (Illecebrum capitatum), Gomphrena serrata), p. 224. (Gomphrena vermicularis), p. 567. (Satureja virginiana), p. 571. (Nepeta virginica), p. 586. (Phlomis zeylanica), p. 752. (Cracca purpurea), p. 770. (Trifolium montanum), p. 774. (Lotus erecta), p. 918. (Centaurea sicula)]
   terminalibusque = ablative plural masculine of terminalis, -is, -e + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 862. (Conyza candida), p. 991. (Amaranthus retroflexus)]
   terminalibusque = ablative plural feminine of terminalis, -is, -e + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus spadiceus), p. 314. (Asparagus capensis)]
   terminalibusque = terminalibus (ablative plural neuter) + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 857. (Gnaphalium germanicum)]
termino, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to terminate
   terminatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 483. (Mesembryanthemum uncinatum), p. 518. (Mimosa entada), p. 581. (Stachys spinosa), p. 717. (Ononis natrix), p. 718. (Ononis ornithopodioides, Ononis viscosa), p. 731. (Lathyrus angulatus)]
   terminatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 140. (Tournefortia serrata)]
   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), p. 590. (Origanum syriacum), p. 823. (Carduus casabonae), p. 987. (Xanthium spinosum)]
   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), p. 145. (Menyanthes trifoliata), p. 203. (Vitis trifolia), p. 251. (Sium ninsi, Sium sisarum), p. 252. (Sison canadense, Sium siculum), p. 262. (Smyrnium aureum, Smyrnium olusatrum, Thapsia trifoliata), p. 265. (Aegopodium podagraria), p. 266. (Rhus radicans, Rhus tomentosum, Rhus toxicodendron), p. 267. (Rhus angustifolium, Rhus cobbe, Rhus lucidum), p. 270. (Staphylea trifolia, Zanthoxylum trifoliatum), p. 365. (Paullinia asiatica, Paullinia cururu, Paullinia seriana), p. 367. (Sapindus trifoliata), p. 373. (Sophora genistoides, Sophora tinctoria), p. 374. (Sophora lupinoides), p. 381. (Guilandina moringa), p. 384. (Ruta patavina), p. 406. (Tiarella trifoliata), p. 433. (Oxalis acetosella, Oxalis flava, Oxalis longiflora, Oxalis purpurea), p. 434. (Oxalis pes-caprae, Oxalis violacea), p. 435. (Oxalis frutescens), p. 448. (Agrimonia agrimonoides), p. 490. (Spiraea trifoliata), p. 493. (Rubus caesius, Rubus hispidus), p. 494. (Rubus arcticus, Rubus saxatilis), p. 498. (Potentilla verna), p. 499. (Potentilla grandiflora, Potentilla monspeliensis, Potentilla nivea, Potentilla norvegica), p. 500. (Geum virginianum, Potentilla acaulis), p. 540. (Anemone trifolia), p. 543. (Atragene capensis, Atragene sibirica), p. 551. (Ranunculus abortivus), p. 552. (Ranunculus asiaticus, Ranunculus illyricus), p. 558. (Helleborus trifolius), p. 624. (Bignonia crucigera), p. 638. (Vitex trifoliis), p. 653. (Dentaria enneaphyllos), p. 654. (Cardamine trifolia), p. 655. (Cardamine africana), p. 672. (Cleome dodecandra, Cleome ornithopodioides, Cleome violacea), p. 674. (Hermannia trifoliata), p. 706. (Erythrina corallodendrum, Erythrina herbacea), p. 709. (Genista canariensis, Spartium complicatum, Spartium scoparium, Spartium spinosum), p. 715. (Crotalaria laburnifolia, Crotalaria latifolia, Crotalaria lunaris), p. 716. (Crotalaria alba, Crotalaria incana, Ononis spinosa), p. 717. (Ononis minutissima, Ononis repens), p. 718. (Ononis fruticosa, Ononis tridentata), p. 719. (Ononis rotundifolia), p. 720. (Anthyllis cytisoides, Anthyllis hermanniae), p. 744. (Ornithopus scorpioides), p. 747. (Hedysarum biarticulatum, Hedysarum heterocarpon, Hedysarum pulchellum, Hedysarum umbellatum, Hedysarum viscidum), p. 748. (Hedysarum canescens, Hedysarum frutescens, Hedysarum hirtum, Hedysarum marilandicum, Hedysarum viridiflorum), p. 749. (Hedysarum nudiflorum, Hedysarum paniculatum, Hedysarum repens, Hedysarum triflorum, Hedysarum violaceum), p. 750. (Hedysarum volubile), p. 753. (Clitoria brasiliana, Clitoria mariana, Clitoria virginiana), p. 754. (Glycine bituminosa), Glycine bracteata, Glycine comosa, Glycine javanica, Glycine tomentosa), p. 763. (Psoralea aculeata, Psoralea americana, Psoralea bituminosa, Psoralea tenuifolia), p. 778. (Medicago radiata), p. 833. (Bidens bullata), p. 908. (Coreopsis auriculata), p. 965. (Arum triphyllum), p. 993. (Sagittaria trifolia), p. 1005. (Croton urens), Sicyos trifoliata), p. 1032. (Dioscorea triphylla)]
   ternatisque = ablative plural neuter (of group A adjective ternatus, -a, -um) + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 492. (Rubus idaeus), p. 493. (Rubus fruticosus, Rubus occidentalis), p. 494. (Rubus canadensis), p. 496. (Potentilla fragarioides), p. 543. (Clematis crispa), p. 638. (Vitex negundo), p. 642. (Draba pyrenaica), p. 672. (Cleome viscosa), p. 709. (Spartium angulatum), p. 748. (Hedysarum canadense), p. 751. (Indigofera glabra), p. 1025. (Pistacia narbonensis)]
   ternato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 527. (Cistus ledifolius)]
   ternato-compositis = ternato- (combining form of group A adjective ternatus, -a, -um) + compositis perfect passive participal, ablative plural neuter of 3rd conjugation verb compono, componere, composui, compositum) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 539. (Anemone coronaria)]
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 [gender?/masculine?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 62. (Agrostis paradoxa), p. 153. (Phlox sibirica), p. 356. (Daphne mezereum), p. 615. (Antirrhinum pelisserianum)]
   ternis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 161. (Ipomoea alba), p. 562. (Teucrium botrys), p. 715. (Crotalaria triflora), p. 749. (Hedysarum triflorum), p. 846. (Artemisia maritima)]
   ternisve = ablative plural masculine of ternis, -is, -e + -ve (or) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 635. (Ruellia antipoda)]
   ternis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 354. (Erica triflora), p. 356. (Erica gnaphaloides), p. 521. (i>Mimosa senegal), p. 978. (Carex cespitosa)]
   ternis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 30. (Piper trifolium), p. 276. (Statice sinuata), p. 314. (Asparagus acutifolius), p. 352. (Erica cinerea, Erica herbacea, Erica umbellata), p. 353. (Erica scoparia), p. 354. (Erica bruniades, Erica ciliaris Erica triflora), p. 539. (Anemone alpina), p. 613. (Antirrhinum triphyllum), p. 626. (Lantana trifolia), p. 653. (Dentaria enneaphyllos), p. 837. (Eupatorium trifoliatum), p. 920. (Silphium trifoliatum), p. 1000. (Pinus taeda), p. 1040. (Juniperus communis)]
   ternisque - ablative plural neuter + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 95. (Cephalanthus occidentalis)]
   terno - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 354. (Erica ciliaris)]
   terno-verticillatis = terno- (combining form of numerical distributive adjective terni, -ternae, -terna) + verticillatis (ablative plural masculine of group A adjective verticillatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 608. (Pedicularis sceptrum-carolinum)]
terra, -ae - noun, 1st declension, feminine: earth, ground
   terrae - genitive singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 443. (Rhizophora gymnorhiza)]
tetradynammus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with four long stamens and two short stamens
   tetradynamis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 644. (Lepidium sativum)]
tetragonus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tetragonal [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 6. (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis)]
   tetragonis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 715. (Crotalaria verrucosa)]
   tetragonis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 661. (Cheiranthus erysimoides), p. 666. (Turritis orientalis), p. 668. (Sinapis nigra), p. 670. (Bunias erucago), p. 699. (Fumaria capnoides)]
   tetragonis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 40. (Iris tuberosa), p. 283. (Crassula tetragona), p. 571. (Indigofera hirsuta)]
   tetragono - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 73. (Festuca ovina) p. 119. (Ammannia latifolia, p. 348. (Epilobium tetragonum), p. 783. (Hypericum ascyron)s, p. 1023. (Viscum terrestre)]
   tetragono-cylindricis = tetragono- (combining form of group A adjective tetragonus, -a, -um) + cylindricis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective cylindricus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 724. (Phaseolus farinosus)]
   tetragono-pyramidalis = tetragono- (combining form of group A adjective tetragonus, -a, -um) + pyramidalis (nominative singular feminine of group B adjective pyramidalis, -is, -e) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 561. (Ajuga pyramidalis)]
tetragynus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with four styles
   tetragynis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 281. (Linum radiola'), p. 449. (Reseda alba, Reseda glauca)]
tetrandrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-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), p. 281. (Linum radiola), p. 655. (Cardamine hirsuta)]
tetrapetalus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: with four petals
   tetrapetalis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 388. (Jussiaea erecta, Jussiaea suffruticosa), p. 447. (Lythrum thymifolia), p. 645. (Lepidium bonariense, Lepidium iberis, Lepidium virginicum)]
tetraphyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: -leaved (description/number of leaves given by prefix)
   tetraphyllis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 727. (Pisum arvense), p. 731. (Lathyrus bithynicus)]
   tetraphyllis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 460. (Euphorbia platyphyllos)]
   tetraphyllisque = ablative plural masculine + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 733. (Lathyrus heterophyllus)]
   tetraphyllo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 456. (Euphorbia tuberosa), p. 580. (Galeopsis galeobdolon)]
tetraspermus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: four-seeded
   tetraspermis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 653. (Clypeola alyssoides)]
   tetraspermis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 726. (Dolichos minimus), p. 737. (Vicia peregrina), p. 766. (Trifolium hybridum), p. 767. (Trifolium comosum, Trifolium repens)]
thyrsus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: thyrse
   thyrso - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 865. (Tussilago frigida), p. 866. (Tussilago alba, Tussilago hybrida, Tussilago petasites)]
tomentosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tomentose
   tomentosa - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus Species Plantarum, p. 118. (Tomex tomentosa), p. 436. (Agrostemma coronaria Agrostemma flos-jovis), p. 573. (Sideritis canariensis), p. 927. (Filago maritima)]
   tomentosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 712. (Aspalathus verrucosa)]
   tomentosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 267. (Rhus cobbe), p. 375. (Bauhinia tomentosa), p. 559. (Passerina hirsuta), p. 713. (Aspalathus argentea), p. 794. (Sonchus oleraceus, Sonchus tenerrimus), p. 804. (Hieracium kalmii), p. 844. (Tanacetum annuum), p. 872. (Aster sibiricus), p. 893. (Anthemis tomentosa), p. 1005. (Croton lacciferum)]
   tomentosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 130. (Heliotropium europeum, Heliotropium supinum), p. 134. (Cynoglossum officinale), p. 139. (Lycopsis virginica), p. 156. (Convolvulus tomentosus), p. 158. (Convolvulus persicus), p. 177. (Verbascum thapsus), p. 178. (Verbascum sinuatum), p. 182. (Physalis curassavica), p. 184. (Solanum verbascifolium), p. 186. (Solanum melongena), p. 187. (Solanum indicum, Solanum sodomeum), p. 194. (Rhamnus jujuba, Rhamnus oenopolia), p. 199. (Brunia levisanus), p. 203. (Vitis labrusca), p. 205. (Celosia lanata),p. 214. (Asclepias syriaca), p. 215. (Asclepias variegata), p. 221. (Chenopodium hirsutum), p. 265. (Rhus javanica), p. 266. (Rhus tomentosum), p. 267. (Rhus angustifolium), p. 268. (Viburnum lantana), p. 350. (Vaccinium album), p. 353. (Erica scoparia), p. 356. (Daphne alpina), p. 375. (Bauhinia purpurea), p. 426. (Malpighia crassifolia, Malpighia verbascifolia), p. 440. (Cerastium tomentosum), p. 446. (Lythrum verticillatum), p. 475. (Crataegus aria), p. 477. (Sorbus domestica), p. 478. (Mespilus arbutifolia, Mespilus germanica), p. 489. (Spiraea tomentosa), p. 492. (Rosa indica), p. 495. (Potentilla sericea), p. 496. (Potentilla multifida), p. 497. (Potentilla argentea), p. 499. (Potentilla nivea), p. 500. (Potentilla acaulis), p. 512. (Bombax religiosa), p. 524. (Cistus albida), p. 525. (istus canus), p. 526. (Cistus marifolius, Cistus tuberaria), p. 530. (Corchorus hirsutus), p. 554. (Ranunculus lanuginosus), p. 559. (Passerina filiformis), p. 561. (Ajuga genevensis), p. 563. (Teucrium fruticans, Teucrium latifolium), p. 566. (Teucrium capitatum, Teucrium polium), p. 582. (Stachys orientalis), p. 584. (Phlomis fruticosa), p. 585. (Phlomis lychnitis, Phlomis nissolii, Phlomis purpurea, Phlomis samia), p. 588. (Clinopodium incanum, Origanum aegyptiacum), p. 589. (Origanum dictamnus), p. 590. (Origanum onites), p. 593. (Melissa fruticosa, Melissa pulegioides), p. 598. (Scutellaria orientalis), p. 610. (Gerardia tuberosa), p. 637. (Clerodendrum infortunatum), p. 651. (Alyssum minimum), p. 673. (Hermannia althaeaefolia), p. 676. (Geranium inquinans), p. 685. (Sida crispa), p. 686. (Althaea officinalis), p. 687. (Malva tomentosa), p. 690. (Lavatera arborea, Lavatera micans), p. 691. (Lavatera lusitanica), p. 693. (Hibiscus palustris), p. 707. (Borbonia tomentosa), p. 726. (Dolichos scarabaeoides), p. 739. (Cytisus cajan), p. 740. (Cytisus argenteus), p. 750. (Hedysarum spinosissimum), p. 754. (Glycine tomentosa), p. 759. (Astragalus arenarius, Astragal7s syriacus), p. 776. (Lotus cytisoides), p. 814. (Elephantopus tomentosus), p. 822. (Carduus cyanoides), p. 823. (Carduus stellatus), p. 824. (Carduus virginianus), p. 828. (Cynara humilis), p. 838. (Eupatorum perfoliatum), p. 840. (Staehelina gnaphaloides), p. 844. (Tanacetum incanum), p. 846. (Artemisia maritima), p. 847. (Artemisia pontica), p. 848. (Artemisia integrifolia, Artemisia tanacetifolia, Artemisia vulgaris), p. 849. (Artemisia chinensis), p. 851. (Gnaphalium foetidum), p. 852. (Gnaphalium niveum, Gnaphalium undulatum), p. 854. (Gnaphalium ignescens), p. 855. (Gnaphalium imbricatum, Gnaphalium odoratissimum, Gnaphalium scabrum), Xeranthemum retortum), p. 862. (Conyza candida, Conyza chinensis), p. 869. (Senecio incanus), p. 881. (Inula helenium), p. 884. (Inula provincialis), p. 886. (Doronicum incanum), p. 896. (Anthemis tinctoria), p. 898. (Achillea clavennae), p. 900. (Achillea bipinnata), p. 902. (Verbesina asteroides), p. 912. (Centaurea cineraria, Cantaurea ragusina), p. 913. (Centaurea sibirica), p. 915. (Centaurea conifera, Centaurea rhapontica, Centaurea seridis), p. 925. (Othonna maritima), p. 979. (Axyris ceratoides), p. 985. (Urtica nivea), p. 994. (Quercus smilax), p. 995. (Quercus gramuntia, Quercus suber), p. 998. (Fagus pumila), p. 1004. (Croton argenteum), p. 1005. (Croton lacciferum, Croton moluccanum), p. 1010. (Cucurbita lagenaria), p. 1019. (Salix arenaria), p. 1020. (Salix caprea, Salix rosmarinifolia), p. 1034. (Populus alba), p. 1035. (Mecurialis tomentosa)]
   tomentoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 10. (Veronica incana), p. 353. (Erica arborea), p. 688. (Malva bryonifolia), p. 779. (Medicago marina), p. 845. (Artemisia aethiopica), p. 851. (Gnaphalium obtusifolium), p. 899. (Achillea cretica)]
   tomentoso-lanata = tomentoso- (combining form of group A adjective tomentosus, -a, -um) + lanata (nominative singular feminine of group A adjective lanatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 574. (Sideritis syriaca)]
tomentum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: tomentum
   tomento - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 571. (tomento)]
torosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindrical with constrictions
   torosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 506. (Papaver hybridum), p. 669. (Raphanus sativus)]
   torosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 743. (Coronilla varia)]
   torosis - ablative plural [neuter?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 713. (Aeschynomene indica)]
   toroso-turgidis = toroso- (combining form of group A adjective torosus, -a, -um) + turgidis (ablative plural feminine of group A adjective turgidus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 668. (Sinapis arvensis)]
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
   tortuoso - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 862. (Conyza tortuosa)]
torulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: cylindrical with bulges or constrictions at intervals
   torulosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 811. (Lapsana zacintha)]
   torulosis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 124. (Hypecoum erectum), p. 669. (Raphanus sibiricus)]
   torulosis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1011. (Cucumis melo)]
totus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: all, all of
   toto - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 799. (Leontodon hispidum)]
transversalis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: transverse
   transversalibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarium, p. 208. (Cerbera manghas)]
   transversalibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarium, p. 569. (Hyssopus lophanthus)]
transverse - adverb: transversely
   transverse [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 370. (Laurus borbonia, Laurus persea)]
transversus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [?]
   transversis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum), p. 848. (Artemisia tanacetifolia), p. 997. (Quercus cerris)]
   transversis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum), p. 619. (Scrophularia nodosa), p. 956. (Passiflora perfoliata)]
trapeziformis, -is, -a - adjective, group B: asymmetrically four-sided
   trapeziformibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1016. (Salix amygdalina)]
tres, tres, tria - numerical adjective: three
   tribus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 976. (Carex saxatilis)]
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), p. 990. (Amaranthus graecizans)]
   triandris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 990. (Amaranthus lividus)]
   triandris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 989. (Amaranthus melancholicus, Amaranthus tricolor, Amaranthus tristis), p. 1016. (Salix triandra)]
   triangulari-sagittatis = triangulari- (combining form of group B adjective triangularis, -is, -e) + sagittatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective sagittatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 218. (Chenopodium bonus-henricus)]
triangularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: triangular
   triangularibus - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 547. (Thalictrum aquilegifolium, Thalictrum contortum)]
   triangularibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 218. (Chenopodium urbicum) p. 355. (Erica carnea)]
   triangularis - nominative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 450. (Euphorbia antiquorum), p. 468. (Cactus triangularis)]
triangulus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: triangular
   triangulis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 70. (Briza minor)]
   triangulis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 966. (Arum sagittaefolium)]
tribus, tribus - noun, 4th declension, feminine: tribe
   tribus - [case, number, gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 326. (Juncus trifidus)]
tricapitatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-headed
   tricapitatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 224. (Gomphrena flava)]
trichotomus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: trichotomous
   trichotoma - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 417. (Silene fruticosa)]
   trichotomis - ablative polural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 638. (Vitex pinnata)]
   trichotomo - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 481. (Mesembryanthemum umbellatum)]
tricornis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: three-horned
   tricornibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 902. (Verbesina lavenia)]
tricuspidatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tricuspid
   tricuspidatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 663. (Cheiranthus tricuspidatus)]
   tricuspidatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 687. (Malva coromandeliana)]
   tricuspidatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 96. (Globularia cordifolia), p. 125. (Ilex cuneifolia), p. 157. (Convolvulus tridentatus), p. 294. (Allium ampeloprasum), p. 295. (Allium lineare, Allium porrum), p. 296. (Allium sativum), p. 297. (Allium arenarium, Allium scorodoprasum, Allium sphaerocephalon), p. 298. (Allium descendens, Allium moschatum), p. 299. (Allium nutans, Allium vineale), p. 604. (Euphrasia tricuspidata), p. 710. (Genista tridentata), p. 883. (Inula crithmmoides)]
tridentatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-toothed
   tridentata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   tridentatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia urticifolia)]
   tridentatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 95. (Globularia alypum), p. 96. (Globularia vulgaris), p. 115. (Plantago coronopus), p. 247. (Ferula tingitana), p. 254. (Bubon gummiferum), p. 283. (Sibbaldia procumbens), p. 712. (Aspalathus tridentata), p. 718. (Ononis tridentata)]
   tridentato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 722. (Lupinus luteus)]
trifariam - adverb: in three directions
   trfariam [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 482. (Mesembryanthemum bellidiflorum)
trifidus, -a, -um - [adjective, group A: trifid ?]
   trifida - ablative singular feminine [Linnaeus (1753), p. 46. (Cyperus fuscus), p. 241. (Caucalis platycarpos), p. 432. (Sedum acre), p. 456. (Euphorbia exigua, Euphorbia falcata, Euphorbia peplus, Euphorbia tuberosa), p. 459. (Euphorbia corollata, Euphorbia helioscopia, Euphorbia serrata, Euphorbia verrucosa), p. 460. (Euphorbia corallioides, Euphorbia pilosa)]
   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), p. 166. (Campanula trachelium), p. 235. (Astrantia major), p. 419. (Silene antirrhina), p. 537. (Annona triloba), p. 739. (Cytisus hirsutus)]
   trifidis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 51. (Scirpus maritimus), p. 105. (Galium trifidum), p. 895. (Anthemis cretica)]
   trifidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 238. (Bupleurum difforme), p. 246. (Crithmum pyrenaicum), p. 247. (Ferula ferulago), p. 264. (Pimpinella anisum), p. 404. (Saxifraga tridactylites), p. 449. (Reseda lutea), p. 543. (Clematis viorna), po. 552. (Ranunculus asiaticus), p. 562. (, Teucrium pseudochamaepitys), p. 634. (Sesamum indicum) p. 683. (Geranium sanguineum), p. 687. (Althaea hirsuta), p. 831. (Bidens trifida), p. 862. (Conyza lobata), p. 900. (Achillea inodora)]
   trifidisque = ablative plural neuter + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 404. (Saxifraga cespitosa))]
   trifidisve = ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 405. (Saxifraga hypnoides)) + -ve (or)
   trifido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 312. (Leontice leontopetalum)]
   trifido - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 575. (Sideritis montana), p. 606. (Lathraea squamaria), p. 939. (Orchis cucullata), p. 940. (Orchis coreifolia, Orchis cubitalis, Orchis pyramidalis), p. 942. (Orchis flava), p. 944. (Satyrum albidum, Satyrium hircinum), Satyrium viride), p. 945. (Ophrys corallorhiza), p. 947. (Ophrys monochris), p. 950. (Serapias lingua)]
   trifido-setaceis = trifido (combining form of group A adjective trifidus, -a, -um + setaceis (ablative plural feminine of group A adjective i>setaceus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 335. (Rumex aegypticus)]
triflorus, -is, -e - adjective, group A: three-flowered
   triflora - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 328. (Juncus triglumis)]
   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. (Triticum repens), p. 157. (Convolvulus alsinoides), p. 161. (Ipomoea triloba), p. 417. (Silene amoena), p. 564. (Teucrium sibiricum), p. 719. (Ononis rotundifolia), p. 938. (Impatiens triflora)]
   trifloris - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 67. (Poa pratensis)]
   trifloro - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 828. (Carlina lanata)]
triginta-florus - [?]: [?]
   triginta-floris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 581. (Stachys cretica)]
triglochin, triglochidis - noun, 3rd declension, feminine: tri-barb
   triglochidibus - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 242. (Caucalis leptophylla)]
trigonus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: trigonous
   trigonis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 342. (Alisma plantago)]
   trigono - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 947. (Ophrys loeselii)]
trigyn... - [?]: [?]
   trigynis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 194. (Rhamnus paliurus), p. 361. (Polygonum maritimum, Polygonum ocreatum), p. 362. (Polygonum aviculare, Polygonum barbatum), p. 363. (Polygonum articulatum, Polygonum chinense, Polygonum divaricatum, Polygonum erectum), p. 784. (Hypericum aegypticum, Hypericum androsaemum, Hypericum canariense, Hypericum hircinum, Hypericum olympicum), p. 785. (Hypericum canadense, Hypericum ericoides, Hypericum humifusum, Hypericum orientale, Hypericum perforatum, Hypericum quadrangulum), p. 786. (Hypericum hirsutum, Hypericum pulchrum, Hypericum tomentosum), p. 787. (Hypericum coris, Hypericum nummularium)]
trijugo, trijugare, trijugavi, trijugatum - verb, 1st conjugation: to connect
   trijugatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 376. (Cassia bicapsularis, Cassia emarginata, Cassia tora), p. 377. (Cassia obtusifolia, Cassia senna), p. 523. (Mimosa ceratonia)]
trijug[...?] - [?] [?]
   trijugis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 518. (Mimosa casta), p. 729. (Orobus pyrenaicus)]
trilobatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-lobed
   trilobatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 553. (Ranunculus alpestris)]
trilobus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-lobed
   trilobis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum), p. 161. (Ipomoea hepaticaefolia, Ipomoea triloba), p. 248. (Laserpitium latifolium), p. 556. (Ranunculus hederaceus), p. 584. (Leonurus cardiaca), p. 681. (Geranium nodosum), p. 693. (Gossypium barbadense), p. 835. (Cacalia hastata), p. 843. (Santolina trifurcata), p. 958. (Passiflora hirsuta, Passiflora lutea, Passiflora suberosa)]
   trilobisque - ablative plural neuter of group A adjective trilobus, -a, -um + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 154. (Convolvulus carolinus), p. 156. (Convolvulus tomentosus), p. 248. (Laserpitium trilobum), p. 311. (Anthericum calyculatum), p. 371. (Laurus sassafras), p. 405. (Saxifraga cymbalaria), p. 449. (Reseda phyteuma), p. 538. (Anemone hepatica), p. 1005. (Croton spinosum)]
   trilobisve _ ablative plural neuter of group A adjective trilobus, -a, -um + -ve (or) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 543. (Clematis crispa), p. 696. (Hibiscus surattensis), p. 797. (Prenanthes altissima), p. 798. (Prenanthes repens), p. 849. (Artemisia chinensis), p. 907. (Rudbeckia triloba), p. 957. (Passiflora punctata), p. 958. Passiflora holosericea), p. 959. (Passiflora foetida, Passiflora incarnata, Passiflora minima), p. 960. (Aristolochia trilobata), p. 965. (Arum trilobatum), p. 987. (Ambrosia trifida), p. 995. (Quercus nigra), p. 1005. (Croton lobatum), p. 1007. (Jatropha herbacea), p. 1014. (Fevillea trilobata), p. 1028. (Tamus cretica)]
   trilobo - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 726. (Dolichos trilobus), p. 941. (Orchis latifolia), p. 944. (Satyrium nigrum)]
   trilobo-hastatis = trilobo (combining form of group A adjective trilobus, -a, -um + hastatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective hastatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1005. (Croton hastatum)]
trilocularis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: trilocular
   trilocularibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 167. (Campanula sibirica), p. 338. (Triglochin palustre), p. 414. (Cucubalus beben), p. 418. (Silene beben)]
trinervis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: three-nerved
   trinervibus - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 391. (Melastoma aspera, Melastoma octandra)]
trinervius, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-nerved
   trinerviis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 108. (Galium boreale), p. 195. (Ceanothus americanus), p. 228. (Gentiana saponaria), p. 369. (Laurus camphora, Laurus cassia, Laurus cinnamomum), p. 453. (Euphorbia origanoides), p. 523. (Cistus laurifolia, Mimosa ceratonia), p. 524. (Cistus monspeliensis [trinervius?!]), p. 526. (Cistus guttatus, Cistus tuberaria), p. 707. (Borbonia trinervia), p. 836. (Eupatorium hyssopifolia), p. 839. (Eupatorium aromaticum), p. 841. (Chrysocoma biflora), p. 873. (Aster amellus - trinervis is an error), p. 878. (Solidago canadensis), p. 902. (Verbesina lavenia), p. 904. (Buphthalmum helianthoides), p. 906. (Helianthus atrorubens, Helianthus divaricatus), p. 1008. (Trichosanthes nervifolia), p. 1030. (Smilax laurifolia)]
trini, trinae, trina - adjective [plural]: three at a time
   trinis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 712. (Aspalanthus argentea, Aspalathus cretica, Aspalathus tridentata), p. 713. (Aspalathus callosa)]
tripartio, tripartire, tripartivi, tripartitus - verb, 4th conjugation: to divide into three parts
   tripartitis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 922. (Arctotis tristis)]
   tripartitis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 269. (Sambucus ebulus)]
   tripartitis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 233. (Eryngium campestre), p. 245. (Peucedanum officinale), p. 543. (Atragene sibirica), p. 546. (Thalictrum purpurascens, Thalictrum sibiricum), p. 550. (Ranunculus creticus), p. 553. (Ranunculus alpestris, Ranunculus lapponicus, Ranunculus monspeliacus), p. 554. (Ranunculus lanuginosus), p. 563. (Teucrium nissolianum), p. 584. (Leonurus sibiricus, Leonurus tataricus), p. 585. (Phlomis samia), p. 641. (Myagrum aegyptium), p. 676. (Geranium fulgidum), p. 967. (Dracontium polyphyllum), p. 984. (Urtia cannabina)]
   tripartitisque = ablative plural neuter (of group A adjective tripartitus, -a, -um + -que (and) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 679. (Geranium auritum), p. 695. (Hibiscus sabdarissa), p. 697. (Hibiscus trionum), p. 720. (Anthyllis lotoides)]
   tripartito - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 623. (Bignonia unguis-cati), p. 943. (Orchis tripartito)]
   tripartito - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 948. (Ophrys anthropophora)]
   tripartito-multifidis = tripartito (combining form of perfect participle of 4th conjugation verb tripartitio, tripartire, tripartici, tripartitus + multifidis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective multifidus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 313. (Leontice leontopetaloides), p. 554. (Ranunculus acris), p. 683. (Geranium grandiflorum)]
triphyllus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: [with three leaf/bract divisions?]
   triphylla - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 201. (Ribes reclinatum)]
   triphyllis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 702. (Polygala bracteolata)]
   triphyllis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 685. (Sida capitata), p. 825. (Carduus tataricus)]
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
   triplici - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 527. (Cistus salicifolius), p. 739. (Cytisus sessilifolius), p. 834. (Cacalia anteuphorbium)]
   triplici - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 193. (Rhamnus alaternus)]
triplico, -are, -avi, -atum - verb, 1st conjugation: to multiply by three
   triplicato-pinnatis = triplicato- (combining form of perfect passive participle of triplicato, -are, -avi, -atum) + pinnatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective pinnatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 847. (Artemisia annua)]
triplus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: triple, three-fold
   triplo - ablative singular [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 79. (Avena sibirica), p. 296. (Allium obliquum), p. 868. (Senecio hastatus)]
triquetrus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: three-angled
   triquetris - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 53. (Eriophorum alpinum), p. 322. (Aloe retusa), p. 710. (Genista tridentata), p. 746. (Hedysarum triquetrum)]
   triquetris - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 104. (Asperula cynanchica, p. 115. (Plantago subulata), p. 207. (Thesium capitatum), p. 276. (Statice sinuata), p. 309. (Asphodelus luteus), p. 352. (Erica herbacea), p. 407. (Gypsophila fastigiata), p. 482. (Mesembryanthemum bellidiflorum, Mesembryanthemum deltoides), p. 484. (Mesembryanthemum crassifolium), p. 485. (Mesembryanthemum serratum), p. 486. (Mesembruanthemum glaucum, Mesembryanthum splendens), p. 488. (Mesembryanthemum pugioniforme), p. 704. (Polygala heisteria), p. 756. (Astragalus galegiformis), p. 758. (Astragalus boeticus), p. 971. (Sparganium erectum)]
   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), p. 935. (Viola tricolor), p. 936. (Viola mirabilis), p. 973. (Carex arenaria), p. 978. (Carex cespitosa)]
trispermus, -a, -um - [?]: three-seeded
   trispermis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 766. (Trifolium reflexum)]
   trispermis - ablative plural [gender?] [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 241. (Caucalis platycarpos)]
triternatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: biternate
   triternatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 700. (Fumaria enneaphylla), p. 895. (Anthemis americana)]
   triternato - ablative singular neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 312. (Leontice thalictroides)]
trivalvis, -is, -e - adjective, group B: three-valved
   trivalvibus - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Argemone armeniaca)]
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 feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 362. (Polygonum barbatum), p. 363. (Polygonum articulatum), p. 662. (Cheiranthus incanus), p. 834. (Cacalia papillaris)]
   truncatis - perfect passive participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 26. (Salvia africana-caerulea, Salvia africana-lutea), p. 153. (Convolvulus scammonia, Convolvulus sepium), p. 161. (Ipomoea glaucifolia), p. 298. (Allium moschatum)]
truncus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: trunk
   trunco - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 382. (Cynometra cauliflora)]
tuber, tuberis - noun, 3rd declension, neuter: tuber
   tuberibus - ablative plural [gender?] [Linnaeus (1753), p. 45. (Cyperus esculentus)]
tuberculatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tuberculate
   tuberculatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 154. (Convolvulus hederaceus), p. 451. (Euphorbia neriifolia)]
   tuberculatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 275. (Statice echioides), p. 370. (Laurus indica), p. 486. (Mesembryanthemum rostratum), p. 1009. (Momordica balsamina, Momordica charantia)]
   tuberculato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 710. (Genista pilosa)]
tuberculum, -i - noun, 2nd declension, neuter: tubercle
   tuberculis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 452. (Euphorbia caput-medusae), p. 466. (Cactus mammillaris)]
tuberiferus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tuberiferous
   tuberifero - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 154. (Convolvulus batatas)]
tuberosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: producing tubers
   tuberosa - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 24. (Salvia haematodes), p. 37. (Gladiolus capitatus), p. 545. (Thalictrum tuberosum), p. 552. (Ranunculus rutaefolius)]
   tuberosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 210. (Plumeria alba), p. 451. (Euphorbia mammillaris)]
tubulosus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tubulose
   tubulosis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 144. (Primula integrifolia)]
tubus, -i - noun, 2nd declension, masculine: tube
   tubis - ablative plural [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 180. (Nicotiana paniculata), p. 676. (Geranium triste)]
   tubo - ablative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 36. (Crocus bulbocodium, Crocus sativus), p. 37. (Gladiolus angustus), p. 138. (Borago orientalis), p. 162. (Polemonium caeruleum), p. 163. (Polemonium rubrum), p. 584. (Marrubium acetabulosum), p. 930. (Lobelia longiflora)]
   tubum - accusative singular [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 409. (Dianthus barbatus, Dianthus carthusianorum), p. 410. (Dianthus armeria, Dianthus prolifer), p. 411. (Dianthus chinensis), p. 412. (Dianthus alpinus), p. 419. (Silene noctiflora)]
tumeo, tumere, tumui - verb (intransitive): to swell
   tumentibus - present active participle, ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 938. (Impatiens noli-tangere)]
tumidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: swollen
   tumidis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 257. (Scandix nodosa), p. 258. (Chaerophyllum bulbosum, Chaerophyllum temulum), p. 754. (Glycine bituminosa), p. 757. (Astragalus uliginosus)]
   tumidiusculis - ablatve plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 757. (Astragalus microphyllus)]
   tumido - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 668. (Brassica vesicaria)]
tunicatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: tunicate
   tunicata - ablative singular feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 295. (Allium porrum), p. 308. (Scilla mariana)]
turbinatus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: turbinate
   turbinatis - ablative plural masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 93. (Leucadendron hypophyllocarpodendron)]
   turbinatis - ablative plural feminine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 254. (Nigella arvensis)]
   turbinatis - ablative plural neuter [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 892. (Cotula turbinata)]
   turbinato - ablative singular masculine [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 289. (Narcissus bulbocodium)]
   turbinato-inflatis = turbinato- (combining form of group A adjective turbinatus, -a, -um) + inflatis (ablative plural masculine of group B adjective inflatus, -is, -e) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 806. (Crepis pulchra)]
   turbinato-ovatis = turbinato- (combining form of group A adjective turbinatus, -a, -um) + ovatis (ablative plural neuter of group A adjective ovatus, -a, -um) [1753: Linnaeus, Species Plantarum, p. 1008. (Trichosanthes amara)]
turgidus, -a, -um - adjective, group A: turgid


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