Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

barba-jovis - beatus

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Meaning

barba-jovis
barbae-jovium
Jupiter's beard
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
--cnct
generative of jupiterjovnoun/mJupiter
Jupiter, chief of the gods
Anthyllis barba-jovis
barbarus
barbara
barbarum
foreign
barbarusbarbaradjβαρβαροϛ
foreign, strange, barbarous
Decumaria barbara L.
Lycium barbarum L.
Rubus barbarus Bailey
barbatulus
barbatula
barbatulum
with small beard
barbatusbarbatadjhaving a beard; bearded
ulusuladjadjective suffix for adjectives: diminutive
barbatus
barbata
barbatum
bearded
barbatusbarbatadjhaving a beard; bearded
Campanula barbata L.
Acer barbatum Michx.
Dianthus barbatus L.
barbellatus
barbellata
barbellatum
with little beard
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
ellaellnoun/fellus
substantive suffix for 1st & 2nd declension nouns: diminutive
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Gentianopsis barbellata (Engelm.) Iltis
barbifer
barbifera
barbiferum
bearded
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
ferferaparfero
to bear, carry, bring
Heterodermia barbifera (Nyl.) K. P. Singh
barbiger
barbigera
barbigerum
bearded, barbed
barbigerbarbigeradjhaving a beard; bearded
barbinervis
barbinervis
barbinerve
bearded veins
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
nervusnervnoun/mνευρον
a sinew, tendon, nerve
isadjadjectival suffix
Acer barbinerve Maxim.
Clethra barbinervis Siebold & Zucc.
barbinervius
barbinervia
barbinervium
hairy veined
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
nervusnervnoun/mνευρον
a sinew, tendon, nerve
iusiadj-ιοϛ
adjective suffix for nouns: characteristic of, connected to, resembling, when related to -eus: of..., ...like
Palicourea barbinervia DC.
barbinodis
barbinodis
barbinode
hairy nodes
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
nodisnodadj/ nodus
a knot
is
adjectival suffix
Panicum barbinode Trin.
Andropogon barbinodis Lag.
barbipulvinatus
barbipulvinata
barbipulvinatum
hairy swellings
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
pulvinatuspulvinatadjcushion like, swelling
Panicum barbipulvinatum Nash
barbula
barbulae
with a little beard
barbulabarbulnoun/fdiminutive of barba, a little beard
Desmatodon barbula (Schwaegr.) Grout
barbulatus
barbulata
barbulatum
with little beard
barbabarbnoun/fbeard
ulaulnoun/fulus
dimutive substantive suffix for 1st & 2nd declension nouns
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Anemone barbulata Turcz.
Panicum barbulatum Michx.
basalis
basalis
basale
basal
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
alisaladjadjective suffix for nouns: of or pertaining to
Calliopsis basalis A. Dietr.
basalticola
basalticolae
living on basalt
basaltesbasaltnoun/ma dark hard marble from Ethiopia
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
colacolnoun/fincola
dweller, inhabitant -> -cola/-colus suffix
Amelanchier basalticola Piper
basalticus
basaltica
basalticum
growing in basaltic rock
basaltesbasaltnoun/ma dark hard marble from Ethiopia
icusicadj-ικοϛ
adjective suffix for nouns: belonging to, from, of
Lecanora basaltica Lynge
Delphinium basalticum Warnock
Lathyrus basalticus Rech. f.
basianthus
basiantha
basianthum
flowers basal
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
anthosanthnoun/nανϑοϛ
flower
usadjLatinizing suffix
Carex basiantha Steud.
basigibbosus
basigibbosa
basigibbosum
basal swellings
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
gibbusgibbnoun/mhump, hunch
osusosadjadjective suffix for nouns: plenitude or notable development
Arundinaria basigibbosa McClure
basihirsutus
basihirsuta
basihirsutum
hairy at the base
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
hirsutushirsutadjrough, shaggy, bristly
Bambusa basihirsuta McClure
basilaris
basilaris
basilare
basal
basilarisbasilaradjMod L
basal
Opuntia basilaris Engelm. & Bigelow
basilicus
basilica
basilicum
royal, princely
basilicusbasilicadjβασιλικοϛ
kingly, royal, princely, splendid, magnificent
Crataegus basilica Beadle
Ocimum basilicum L.
basirameus
basiramea
basirameum
branching at the base
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
rameusrameadjof or belonging to branches, boughs
Aristida basiramea Engelm. ex Vasey
basiramius
basiramia
basiramium
branches at the base
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
ramusramnoun/mbranch, twig
iusiadj-ιοϛ
adjective suffix for nouns: characteristic of, connected to, resembling, when related to -eus: of..., ...like
Polygonella basiramia (Small) Nesom & Bates
Delopyrum basiramium Small
basistriatus
basistriata
basistriatum
stripes at the base
basisbasnoun/fβασιϛ
foundation, pedestal, foot, base
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
striastrinoun/ffurrow, channel
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
beatus
beata
beatum
blessed
beatusbeatpparbeo
to bless, gladden
Crataegus beata Sarg.
Rubus beatus Bailey