Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

Dictionary of Botanical Epithets

cinctus - citriodorus

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Epithet

Definition

Derivation

Stem

Type/
Gender

Meaning

cinctus
cincta
cinctum
girdled
cinctuscinctpparcingo
to surround with a girdle; to gird
Ruschia cincta (L. Bolus) L. Bolus
Mesembryanthemum cinctum L. Bolus
cineraceus
cineracea
cineraceum
ash colored
ciniscinernoun/mashes
aceusaceadjadjective suffix for nouns: resembles, of..., ...like, mixture using, fragrance of; borrowed from nouns declined like ...ax, ...acis + eus
cinerascens
cinerascens
cinerascens
grayish
ciniscinernoun/mashes
ascensascentadjadjective suffix for nouns or adjectives: is becoming
Myrtilloides cinerascens Banks & Sol. ex Hook.
cinereus
cinerea
cinereum
ashen gray
cinereuscinereadjlike ashes, ash colored
Erica cinerea L.
Melampodium cinereum DC.
Elymus cinereus Scribn. & Merr.
cinericus
cinerica
cinericum
ash colored
ciniscinernoun/mashes
icusicadj-ικοϛ
adjective suffix for nouns: belonging to, from, of
cinnabarinus
cinnabarina
cinnabarinum
cinnabar red
cinnabaricinnabarnoun/nmercuric sulfide; red pigment
inusinadjadjective suffix for nouns: belonging to or resembling
Arthonia cinnabarina (DC.) Wallr.
Eranthemum cinnabarinum Wall.
Dichromanthus cinnabarinus (Llave & Lex.) Garay
cinnameus
cinnamea
cinnameum
cinnamon scented
cinnameuscinnameadjof or pertaining to cinnamon or its odor
cinnamomeus
cinnamomea
cinnamomeum
resembling cinnamon, light brown with red and yell
cinnamomumcinnamomnoun/ncinnamum
κινναμον, (-αμωμον)
L (-amomum)
cinnamon
euseadjadjective suffix for nouns: made from, color, -like
Osmunda cinnamomea L.
Astrothelium cinnamomeum (Eschw.) Mull. Arg.
circinatus
circinata
circinatum
rounded
circinatuscircinatpparcircino
to make round
Carex circinata C.A. Mey.
Acer circinatum Pursh
Ranunculus circinatus Sibth.
circularis
circularis
circulare
circular
circuluscirculnoun/mcircle; ring
arisaradjalis
adjective suffix for nouns: of or pertaining to
Paspalum circulare Nash
circumscissus
circumscissa
circumscissum
cut around
circumcircumpresurrounding
scissusscisspparscindo
to cut, tear, split
Cryptantha circumscissa (Hook. & Arn.) I.M. Johnston
cirrhatus
cirrhata
cirrhatum
with tendrils
cirrhuscirrhnoun/mcirrus
curl, ringlet, tuft of hair, tendril
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Asplenium cirrhatum L.C. Rich. ex Willd.
cirrhifer
cirrhifera
cirrhiferum
bearing curls
cirrhuscirrhnoun/mcirrus
curl, ringlet, tuft of hair, tendril
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
ferferaparfero
to bear, carry, bring
cirrhosus
cirrhosa
cirrhosum
with lots of tendrils, curls
cirrhuscirrhnoun/mcirrus
curl, ringlet, tuft of hair, tendril
osusosadjadjective suffix for nouns: plenitude or notable development
Brunnichia cirrhosa Gaertn.
Odontoglossum cirrhosum Lindl.
Lathyrus cirrhosus Ser.
citratus
citrata
citratum
lemon scented
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
atusatadjadjectival suffix for nouns: possessive of or likeness of something (with, shaped, made)/ for verb participles: a completed action, -ed
Mentha citrata Ehrh.
Leptospermum citratum (J. F. Bailey & C. T. White) Challinor et al.
Andropogon citratus DC. ex Nees
citrellus
citrella
citrellum
lemon yellow
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
elluselladjadjective suffix for adjective: diminutive
citreus
citrea
citreum
lemon yellow
citreuscitreadjof or pertaining to citrus trees
Zinnia citrea A. M. Torres
citriformis
citriformis
citriforme
lemon shaped
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
formisformadjin botanical Latin a substantive suffix for nouns derived from 'forma': to be in the form or shape of...
Pyrenula citriformis R. C. Harris
citrinellus
citrinella
citrinellum
lemon yellow
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
inusinadjadjective suffix for nouns: belonging to or resembling
elluselladjadjective suffix for adjective: diminutive
Arthrorhaphis citrinella (Ach.) Poelt
citrinus
citrina
citrinum
lemony
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
inusinadjadjective suffix for nouns: belonging to or resembling
Acarospora citrina (Taylor) Zahlbr.
Erythronium citrinum S.Wats.
Callistemon citrinus (Curtis) Stapf
citriodorus
citriodora
citriodorum
lemon scented
citruscitrnoun/fthe citrus tree
iicnctconnective vowel used by botanical Latin
odorusodoradjsweet smelling, fragrant; ill smelling
Monarda citriodora Cerv. ex Lag.
Benzoin citriodorum Siebold & Zucc.
Thymus x citriodorus (Pers.) Schreb. ex Schweigg. & Korte