Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

pamphylicus - papyrifer

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Epithet

Definition

Derivation

Stem

Type/
Gender

Meaning

pamphylicus
pamphylica
pamphylicum
of Roman province of Pamphilus
pamphylicuspamphylicadjPamphylicus
Παμφιλοϛ
of Pampylia, a Roman province on the south coast of Asia Minor, the area around the current Turkish city of Antalaya
panduratus
pandurata
panduratum
fiddle shaped
pandurapandurnoun/fπανδουρα
a 3 stringed musical instrument created by Pan
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Fernaldia pandurata (A. DC.) Woodson
Macroptilium panduratum (C. Mart. ex Benth.) Marechal & Baudet
Gastrochilus panduratus (Roxb.) Ridl.
paniculatus
paniculata
paniculatum
with panicles
paniculapaniculnoun/fa tuft, panicle
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Clematis paniculata Thunb.
Aconitum paniculatum Lam.
Zigadenus paniculatus (Nutt.) S.Wats.
pannonicus
pannonica
pannonicum
of Roman province of Pannonia
pannonicuspannonicadjPannonicus
Παννονια
of Pannonia, a Roman province now W Hungary and N Croatia
Crepis pannonica (Jacq.) K. Koch
Erysimum pannonicum Crantz
Thymus pannonicus All.
pansus
pansa
pansum
spread out
pansuspanspparpando
to spread out; unfold
Aristida pansa Woot. & Standl.
Aster pansus (Blake) Cronq.
papilio
papiliones
butterfly
papiliopapilionnoun/mbutterfly
Gladiolus papilio Hook. f.
papilionaceus
papilionacea
papilionaceum
butterfly like
papiliopapilionnoun/mbutterfly
aceusaceadjadjective suffix for nouns: resembles, of..., ...like, mixture using, fragrance of; borrowed from nouns declined like ...ax, ...acis + eus
Viola papilionacea Pursh p.p.
papillosissimus
papillosissima
papillosissimum
with the most papillae
papillapapillnoun/fa nipple, teat
superlative of osusosadjadjective suffix for nouns: plenitude or notable development
issimusissimadjsuperlative suffix; most so, to the greatest degree; most-, -est (e.g. largest, prettiest, whitest)
Tortula papillosissima (Copp.) Broth.
papillosus
papillosa
papillosum
with papillae
papillapapillnoun/fa nipple, teat
osusosadjadjective suffix for nouns: plenitude or notable development
Andreaea papillosa Lindb.
Atrichum papillosum (Jenn.) Frye in Grout
Ceanothus papillosus Torr. & Gray
papyraceus
papyracea
papyraceum
paper like
papyruspapyrnoun/mπαπυροϛ
papyrus (Cyperus papyrus); paper
aceusaceadjadjective suffix for nouns: resembles, of..., ...like, mixture using, fragrance of; borrowed from nouns declined like ...ax, ...acis + eus
Smilax papyracea Duhamel
Selinum papyraceum C. B. Clarke
Narcissus papyraceus Ker-Gawl.
papyrifer
papyrifera
papyriferum
paper bearing
papyruspapyrnoun/mπαπυροϛ
papyrus (Cyperus papyrus); paper
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
ferferaparfero
to bear, carry, bring
Tetrapanax papyrifer (Hook.) K. Koch
Betula papyrifera Marsh.
Papyrius papyriferus (L.) Kuntze