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LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
abbreviatus -abbreviated, shortened.ab-bree-vee-ay-tus
abortivus-abortedab-or-tye-vus
abruptus-abrupt; suddenly changingab-rup-tus
acanthocomus -with spine-like hairsak-anth-oh-koh- mus
acaulis-stemlessak-kaw-liss
acephalus-headlessass-sef-al-us
acerbus-Maple-leaveday-ser-if-foh-lee-us
aceroides-Maple­ likeay-ser-roy-deez
acerosus-needle­shapedass-er-roh-sus
acicularis-needle-likeass-ik-yew-lay-riss
acidissimus-very sourass-id-diss-im-us
acidosus-acid; bitterass-id-doh-sus
acidus-acid; sourass-id-us
acinaceus-saber-shapedass-in-nay-see-us
acinacifolius-with saber-shaped leavesass-in-ay-sif-foh-lee-us
aconitifolius-with leaves similar to Monks­ hood (Aconitum)ak-oh-nye-tif-foh-lee-us
acris-acrid; sharpay-kriss
aculeatus-pricklyak-kew-lee-ay-tus
acuminatifolius-with narrowing, pointed leavesak-yew-min-ay-tif-foh-lee-us
acuminatus-long-pointed; taperingak-kew-min-nay-tus
acutangulus-sharply angledak-kew-tan-gew-lus
acutifidus-sharply cutak-kew-tif-id-us
acutifolius-sharp-leavedak-kew-tif-foh-lee-us
acutilobus-sharp-lobedak-kew-til-loh-bus
acutipetalus-sharp or pointed-petaledak-kew-tip-pet-al-us
acutus-sharp-pointedak-kew-tus
adenophyllus-sticky-leavedad-en-oh-fill-us
admirabilis-noteworthyad-mir-rab-il-iss
adnatus-joined toad-nay-tus
adpressus-pressed againstad-press-us
adscendens-ascendingad-sen-denz
adsurgens-becoming erectad-ser-jenz
aduncus-hookedad-unk-us
advenus-newly arrivedad-veen-us
aeneus-bronze-coloredee-nee-us
aequinoctialis -pertaining to an equinoxeek-wee-nok-tee-ay-liss
aequipetalus-equal-petaledeek-wee-pet-al-us
aequitrilobus-with three equal lobeseek-wee-trye-loh-bus
aeruginosus-rust-coloredeh-roo-jin-noh-sus
aestivalis-of summeress-tiv-vay-liss
aestivus-of summeress-tye-vus
affinis-related (to another species)af-fye-niss
africanus-Africanaf-rik-kay-nus
agavoides-Agave-likeag-av-voy-deez
ageratoides-Ageratum-likeaj-er-at-toy-deez
aggregatus-clusteredag-reg-gay-tus
agrarius-of the fieldsag-ray-ree-us
agrestis-of the fieldsag-ress-tiss
agrifolius-rough or scabby-leavedag-rif-foh-lee-us
aizoides-Aizoon-like (evergreen or tenacious)ay-zoy-deez
alatus-wingedal-lay-tus
albescens-whitish, becoming whiteal-bess-senz
albicans-whitishal-bik-kanz
albicaulis-white- stemmedal-bik-kaw-liss
albidus-whiteal-bid-usü
albiflorus-white floweredal-bif-floh-rus
albifrons-white­ fronded, white-foliagedal-bif-fronz
albi-plenus-double white-floweredal-bip-pleen-us
albispinus-white spinedal-bis-spye-nus
albocinctus-white girdledal-boh-sink-tus
albomaculatus-white-spottedal-boh-mak-yewlay-tus
albomarginatus-white-marginedal-boh-mar-jin­-nay-tus
albo-pleno-white and double-floweredal-boh-pleen-oh
albospicus-white-spikedal-boh-spye-kus
albo-variegatus-with white markingsal-boh-vay-ree-eg-gay-tus
albulus-whitishal-bew-lus
albus-whiteal-bus
alexandrinus-of Alexandria (Egypt)al-ex-an-drye-nus
alliaceus-Allium-likeal-lee-ay-see-us
alnifolius-with Alder (Alnus)-like leavesal-nif-foh-lee-us
aloides-Aloe-likeal-loy-deez
alpestris-Alpine (or nearly so)al-pest-riss
alpinus-alpine (above timber-line)al-pye-nus
altaicus-of the Altai mountainsal-tay-ik-us
alternans-alternatingal-tern-anz
alternifolius-with alternate leavesal-ter-nif-foh-lee-us
alternus-alternateal-tern-us
altifrons-tall-frondedal-tif-fronz
altissimus-very tallal-tiss-im-us
altus-tallal-tus
amabilis-lovelyam-mab-il-iss
amaricaulis-bitter-stemmedam-ay-rik-kaw-liss
amarus-bitteram-may-rus
amazonicus-from or of the Amazon (region) Riveram-az-zon-ik-us
ambiguus-doubtful (of type, origin, etc.)am-big-yew-us
amelloides-Amellus-likeam-el-loy-deez
americanus-Americanam-eh-rik-kay-nus
amethystinus-amethyst- or violet-coloredam-meth-thist-in-us
amoenus-charming, pleasingam-meen-us
amphibius-amphibious (of both water and land)am-fib-ee-us
amplexicaulis-stem-claspingam-plex-ik-kaw-liss
amplexifolius-leaf-claspingam-plex-if-foh-lee-us
amplissimus-very ample or fullam-pliss-im-us
amplus-large, full, extendedam-plus
amurensis-of the Amur River region of Siberiaam-moor-ren-siss
amacanthus-without spinesam-ak-kanth-us
anceps-two-headed, two-edgedan-seps
andicolus-of the Andes mountainsan-dik-ol-us
andinus -of the Andesan-dye-nus
androgynus-with both staminate (male) and pistillate (female) flowers in one cluster: hence perfect-floweredan-drog-in-us
anemoneflorus-with Anemone-like flowersan-nem-on-ee-floh-rus
anfractuosus-twistedan-frak-tew-oh-sus
anglicus-English, or from Englandan-glik-us
anguinus-snaky, serpentinean-gwye-nus
angularis-angularan-gew-lay-riss
angulatus-angularan-gew-lay-tus
angulosus-angularan-gew-loh-sus
angustifolius-narrow-leavedan-gus-tif-foh-lee-us
angustus-narrowan-gus-tus
anisatus-anise scentedan-iss-say-tus
annularis-annular, ringedan-yew-lay-riss
annulatus-annularan-yew-lay-tus
annuus-annular (living but a year)an-yew-us
anomalus -unusual; also of uncertain identityan-nom-al-us
antarcticus-from (or near) the antarctic regionan-tark-tik-us
antillaris-of the Antilles (West Indies)an-til-lay-riss
antipodum-of the Antipodesan-tip-od-um
antiquorum-of the ancientsan-tik-kwoh-rum
antiquus-ancientan-tik-wuss
antirrhinoides-Snapdragon-likean-tir-rin-noy-deez
apenninus-of the Apenninesap-pen-nye-nus
apertus-bare, uncoveredap-pert-us
apetalus-without petalsap-pet-al-us
aphyllus-without leavesaf-fill-us
apiculatus-with a pointed tipap-pik-yew-lay-tus
appendiculatus-with an appendage, extension, or added partap-pen-dik-yew-lay-tus
applanatus-flattenedap-plan-nay-tus
applicatus-joined-attachedap-plik-kay-tus
apterus-winglessap-ter-us
aquaticus-aquaticak-kwat-ik-us
aquatilis-aquaticak-kwat-il-iss
aqueus-wateryak-wee-us
aquilegifolius-Columbine-likeak-wil-ee-jif-foh-lee-us
aquilinus -aquiline (pertaining to the eagle)ak-wil-lye-nus
arabicus-of Arabiaar-rab-ik-us
arachnoides-spider-like, cob-webbyar-rak-noy-deez
araucanus-from Arancana (So. Chile)ar-oh-kay-nus
arborescens-becoming tree like, woodyar-bor-ress-senz
arboreus-tree-likear-boh-ree-us
arbutifolius-with Arbutus-like leavesar-bew-tif-foh-lee-us
arcticus-of the arcticark-tik-us
arcuatus-bowed, bow-likeark-yew-ay-tus
arenarius-of the sands, of sandy placesar-en-nay-ree-us
areolatus-pitted (areolate)ar-ee-oh-lay-tus
argentatus-silvery, silveredarj-en-tay-tus
argenteus-silveryar-jen-tee-us
argophyllus-silver leavedar-goh-fill-us
argutus-sharp-toothedar-gew-tus
argyraeus-silveryar-jee-ree-us
aridus-dry (arid)ar-id-us
arietinus-like a ram's headar-ree-et-tye-nus
aristatus -beardedar-riss-tay-tus
aristosus-beardedar-riss-toh-sus
arizonicus-of or from Arizonaar-iz-zon-ik-us
armatus-armed (as with thorns)arm-may-tus
aromaticus -aromaticar-roh-mat-ik-us
arrectus-raised, erectar-rek-tus
articulatus-jointedart-ik-yew-lay-tus
arundinaceus-reed-likear-run-din-nay-see-us
arvensis-of cultivated groundarv-ven-siss
ascendens-ascending, turning upwardass-send-enz
asiaticus-Asiaticay-zee-at-ik-us
asparagoides-Asparagus-likeass-par-ag-goy-deez
asper-roughass-per
asperatus-roughass-per-ray-tus
aspericaulis-rough-stemmedass-per-ik-kaw-liss
asperrimus-very roughass-pehr-rim-us
assimilis-like, similar to (another plant or form)ass-sim-il-iss
assurgens-clamberingass-serj-enz
asteroides-Aster-likeass-ter-roy-deez
atlanticus-of Atlantic regionsat-lan-tik-us
atratus-blackenedat-ray-tus
atrocarpus-with blackish fruitat-roh-karp-us
atrocaulis-dark stemmedat-roh-kaw-liss
atropurpureus-dark purpleat-roh-per-pew-ree­ us
atrorubens-dark redat-roh-roo-benz
atrosanguineus-dark blood-redat-roh-san-gwin-ee-us
atrovirens-dark greenat-roh-vye-renz
attenuatus-drawn to a pointat-ten-yew-ay-tus
atticus-of Athens or Greeceat-tik-us
augustissimus-most notableaw-gus-tiss-im-us
augustus-notable, majesticaw-gus-tus
aurantiacus-orange-redaw-ran-tye-ak-us
aureolus-goldenaw-ree-ol-us
aureus-goldenaw-ree-us
auriculatus-with ears (auricled)aw-rik-yew-lay-tus
australiensis-of Australiaos-tral-ee-en-siss
australis-southernos-tray-Iiss
austriacus-Australianos-try-ak-us
autumnalis-of autumnaw-tum-nay-liss
avicularis-relating to birdsav-ik-yew-lay-riss
axillaris-pertaining to the axils, of axillary significanceax-il-lay-riss
azoricus-from the Azoresaz-zohr-ik-us
azureus-sky-blue, azureaz-yew-ree-us
babylonicus-from (ancient) Babylon.bab-il-lon-ik-us
baccatus-berriedbak-kay-tus
bacciferus-berry­ bearingbak-siff-er-us
balearicus-of the Balearic Islandsbal-ee-ar-ik-us
balsameus-Balsam-like, balsam scentedbal-say-mee-us
balsamiferus-balsam bearingbal-sam-mif-er-us
balticus-from or of the Baltic Sea regionbol-tik-us
bambusoides-Bamboo-likebam-boo-soy-deez
barbadensis-of Barbadosbar-bad-den-siss
barbarus-foreign, from a foreign placebar-bar-us
barbatus-barbed, beardedbar-bay-tus
barbigerus-bearing barbs, beardsbar-bij-er-us
barbinodis-bearded at joints (nodes)bar-bin-noh-diss
basilaris -pertaining to the base or bottombas-il-lay-riss
belgicus-of Belgiumbel-jik-us
bellus-handsomebell-us
benedictus-blessedben-ed-dik-tus
bermudianus-of Bermudaber-mew-dee-ay-nus
berolinensis-of Berlinber-ol-in-en-siss
bessarabicus-of Bessarabiabess-ar-rab-ik-us
betaceus-beet-likebet-tay-see-us
betuloides-Birch-likebet-yew-loy-deez
bicarinatus-two-keeledbye-kar-in-nay-tus
bicolor-two-coloredbye-kol-or
bicornis-two-hornedbye-korn-iss
bicornutus-two-hornedbye-kor-new-tus
bidentatus-two-toothedbye-den-tay-tus
biennis-biennial, living two yearsbye-en-niss
bifidus-twice cut, two-partedbye-fid-us (bif-id-us)
biflorus-two-floweredbye-floh-rus
bifurcatus-two-forked, divided in twobye-fur-kay-tus
bigibbus-with two swellings or protuberancesbye-jib-bus
biglumis-two-glumedbye-glew-miss
bijugus-yoked in pairs, joinedbye-jew-gus (bij-ew-gus)
bilobus-two-lobedbye-loh-bus
binatus-twin, double.bye-nay-tus
binervis-two-nervedbye-nerv-iss
binocularis-two-eyed, two-spottedbye-nok-yew-lay-riss
bipartitus-two partedbye-par-tye-tus
bipetalus-two-petaledbye-pet-al-us
bipinnatifidus-twice pinnately cut (bipinnatifid) bye-pin-at-tif-id-us
bipinnatus-twice pinnate (bipinnate)bye-pin-nay-tus
bipunctatus-two spottedbye-punk-tay-tus
bisectus-cut in twobye-sek-tus
bispinosus- two-spinedbye-spin-noh-sus
biternatus-twice ternate (in double threes).bye-ter-nay-tus
blandus- mildbland-us
boliviensis-of Boliviabol-iv-ee-en-siss
bonus-goodboh-nus
borbonicus-of Bourbonne (France)bor-bon-ik-us
borealis-northernbor-ee-ay-liss
botryoides-in clusters, grape-likebot-rye-oy-deez
brachiatus-branched at right angles (brachiate)brak-ee-ay-tus
brachypetallus-short petalledbrak-ip-pet-al-us
brachypodus-short-stalkedbrak-kip-pod-us
bracteatus-with bracts (bracteate) brak-tee-ay-tus
bracteosus-bract-bearingbrak-tee-oh-sus
bractescens-having bractsbrak-tess-enz
brasiliensis-of or from Brazilbraz-il-ee-en-siss
brevicaulis-short stemmedbrev-ik-kaw-liss
brevifrons-short-fronded, short-leavedbrev-if-fronz
brevipedunculatus-with short flower stalkbrev-ip-ed-unk­ yew-lay-tus
brevipes -short-footed (as: short-petioled)brev-ip-eez
brevis-shortbrev-iss
brevisetus-short­ bristledbrev-iss-see-tus
brevispathus-short-spathedbrev-iss-payth-us
brevissimus-very shortbrev-viss-im-us
brilliantissimus-very brilliantbril-lee-an-tiss-im-us
brunneus-brownbrew-nee-us
bucephalus- ox-headedbew-sef-al-us
bufonius-pertaining to the toadbew-foh-nee-us
bulbiferus-bulb-bearingbulb-iff-er-us
bulbosus-bulbousbulb-oh-sus
bulgaricus-of or from Bulgariabulg-gay-rik-us
bullatus-swelling, puckered (bullate)bul-lay-tus
buxifolius-with leaves resembling Boxbux-if-foh-lee-us
LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
caerulescens-turning or becoming dark bluesee-rew-less-senz
caeruleus-dark bluesee-rew-lee-us
caesius-blue-graysee-see-us
caespitosus-tufted, growing in low clumps (cespitose)seess-pit-toh-sus
caffer-pertaining to the Kafirs (South Africa) kaf-fer
calabricus -of Calabria (in Italy)kal-lab-rik-us
calathinus -basketlikekal-ath-eye-nus
calcaratus -with spurskal-kar-ray-tus
calcareus-pertaining to limekal-kay-ree-us
calendulaceus-brilliant yellow-orange (Calendula-like) kal-en-dew-lay-see­ us
californicus-of Californiakal-if-forn-ik-us
callosus -thick-skinned, having callositieskal-loh-sus
calvus -hairlesskal-vus
calycinus -calyx-likekal-liss-in-us
calyculatus-having a calyx, stressing the calyxkal-ik-yew-lay-tus
cambricus -Welsh (Cambrian) kam-brik-us
campanulatus -bell-shaped (campanulate) kam-pan-yew-lay-tus
campanuloides -Bell-flower-likekam-pan-yew-loy-deez
campestris - of the fields or open countrykam-pest-riss
canadensis-Canadian, of Canadakan-ad-den-siss
canaliculatus -grooved, channeledkan-al-ik-yew-lay-tus
canariensis -of the Canary Islandskan-ar-ee-en-siss
candicans -white, (or woolly-white)kand-ik-anz
candidissimus-very white (or woolly-white).kan-did-diss-im-us
caninus-referring to a dogkan-nye-nus
candidus -whitekan-did-us
canescens -downy graykan-ness-senz
canus-ash-colored, hoarykay-nus
capensis-of the Cape (Good Hope)kap-pen-siss
capillaris-hair-likekap-il-lay-riss
capillatus -with fine hairskap-il-lay-tus
capreolatus-winding, twiningkap-ree-ol-lay-tus
capsularis-capsule-bearing (capsular)kap-soo-lay-riss
caribaeus-from the Caribbean Sea regionka-rib-bee-us
cardinalis-cardinal (red)kard-in-nay-liss
carinatus-with a keelka-rin-nay-tus
carneos-flesh-coloredkarr-nee-us
carnosus-fleshykar-noh-sus
carolinianus -of the Carolinas (states)ka-rol-in-ee-ay-nus
caroliniensis-pertaining to the Carolinaska-rol-in-ee-en-siss
carolinus-from the Carolinaska-rol-lye-nus
carpaticus-from the Carpathians (in Europe)kar-pat-ik-us
carthaginensis-from Cartagena (Spain or Colombia)kar-taj-in-en-siss
cartilaginous-cartilage-likekart-il-aj-inn-ee-us
caryophyllus-pertaining to the Pink familyka-ree-oh-fill-us
cashmerianus-of Cashmere (in Asia) kash-meer-ee-ay-nus
catawbiensis-from the Catawba River region (N. Carolina)kat-aw-bee-en-siss
catharticus-cathartickath-art-ik-us
cathayensis-of or from Cathay (China)kath-ay-en-siss
caucasicus-of or from the Caucasus (Eurasia)kaw-kass-ik-us
caudatus-with a tail (caudate)kaw-day-tus
caulescens-having a stem (or stems)kaw-less-senz
cauliflorus-with stemmed flowerskaw-lif-floh-rus
cenisius-from Mt. Cenis (Alps Mts.)sen-iss-ee-us
cephalatus-with a head (or heads)sef-al-lay-tus
cerasiferus-bear­ ing cherries or cherry-like fruitssee-ras-sif-er-us
cerasiformis-cherry-shapedsee-ras-if-form-iss
cerefolius-waxy­ leavedsee-ref-foh-lee-us
cerifera-wax-bearingsee-rif-er-us
cernuus-bent, nodding (cemuous)ser-new-us
ceylanicus-of Ceylonsee-lan-ik-us
chalcedonicus-of Chalcedon (Asia Minor)kal-sed-don-ik-us
chilensis-of Chilechil-len-siss
chinensis-of Chinachin-nen-siss
chloranthus-green-floweredklor-anth-us
chrysanthus-golden­ floweredkriss-anth-us
chrysocarpus-golden fruitedkriss-oh-karp-us
chrysophyllus-golden-leavedkriss-oh-fill-us
chrysostomus-golden-mouthed, golden-throatedkriss-oss-tom-us
ciliaris-hairy-fringed or marginedsil-ee-ay-riss
ciliatus-hairy fringed or margined (ciliate) sil-ee-ay-tus
cinctus-girded, girdledsink-tus
cinereus-ash-coloredsin-nee-ree-us
cinnabarinus-cinnabar-redsin-ab-ar-rye-nus
cinnamomeus-cinnamon-brownsin-am-moh-mee­ us
circinalis-coiled (cercinate)ser-sin-nay-liss
circinatus-coiledser-sin-nay-tus
cirrhosus-with tendrilssihr-roh-sus
citratus-Citrus like (in general)sit-ray-tus
citrifolius-Citrus­ leavedsit-rif-foh-lee-us
citrinus-Citrus-like, Lemon-coloredsit-rye-nus
citriodorus-Lemon-scentedsit-ree-oh-doh-rus
citroides-Citron-likesit-roy-deez
citrosmus-Lemon­ scentedsit-roz-mus
ciandestinus-concealedklan-des-tye-nus
clavatus-club-shaped (clavate)klav-vay-tus
clematideus-Clematis-likeklem-at-tid-ee-us
clypeatus-with a shieldklye-pee-ay-tus
cocciferus-berry­ bearingkok-sif-er-us
coccineus-scarletkok-sin-ee-us
cochlearis-spoon­ likekok-lee-ay-riss
cochleatus-spoon­likekok-lee-ay-tus
coelestinus-sky­ bluesee-less-tye-nus
coelestis-sky-bluesee-less-tiss
coeruleus-dark bluesee-rew-lee-us
coerulescens-darkish bluesee-rew-less-senz
collinus-of the hillskol-lye-nus
coloratus-colored (not applied to green)kol-or-ray-tus
colubrlnus-snake-likekol-yew-brye-nus
columbianus-from Colombia or British Columbiakol-lum-bee-ay-nus
columnaris-columnarkol-um-nay-riss
comatus-with hairkom-may-tus
communis-common, widespreadkom-mew-niss
commutatus-changed, changing, changeablekom-mew-tay-tus
comosus-long­hairedkom-moh-sus
compactus-compact, densekom-pak-tus
complanatus-flattenedkom-plan-nay-tus
complexus-encircled.kom-plex-us
complicatus-folded over or back (complicate)kom-plik-kay-tus
compressus-compressed, flattenedkom-press-us
comptus-ornamentedkomp-tus
concavus-hollowed, concavekon-kav-us
concinnus-neat, well-madekon-sin-us
concolor-all one colorkon-kol-or
condensus-dense, crowdedkon-den-sus
confertus-crowdedkon-fer-tus
conformis-similarkon-form-iss
confusus-uncertain (characteristics)kon-few-sus
congestus-congested, crowdedkon-jest-us
conglomeratus-crowded, jumbledkon-glom-er-ray-tus
conicus-cone-shaped, conicalkon-ik-us
coniferus-cone­bearingkon-nif-er-us
conjugatus-connected, joinedkon-jew-gay-tus
conoides-cone-likekon-noy-deez
consolidus-solid, stablekon-sol-id-us
conspicuus-showykon-spik-yew-us
constrictus-constrictedkon-strik-tus
contiguus-close (together)kon-tig-yew-us
contortus-twistedkon-tort-us
contractus-contractedkon-trak-tus
copallinus-gummy, resinouskop-al-lye-nus
corallinus-coral (-red)kor-ral-in-us
cordatus-heart- shaped (cordate)kor-day-tus
cordifolius-with heart-shaped leaveskor-dif-foh-lee-us
coreanus-of or from Koreakor-ee-ay-nus
coriaceus-leathery, thickkor-ee-ay-see-us
corniculatus-homedkor-nik-yew-lay-tus
cornigera-having hornskor-nij-er-us
cornutus-horned.kor-new-tus
corrollatus-corolla-likekor-oh-lay-tus
coronarius-crownedkor-oh-nay-ree-us
cornatus-crownedkor-oh-nay-tus
corrugatus-corrugatedkor-rew-gay-tus
corticosus-heavily barkedkor-tik-koh-sus
coruscans-glittering, vibratingkor-rusk-anz
corymbiferus-bearing flowers in corymbskor-im-bif-er-us
corymbosus-with corymbskor-im-boh-sus
costatus-ribbedkos-tay-tus
crassicaulis-thick-stemmedkrass-ik-kaw-liss
crassifolius-thick-leavedkrass-if-foh-lee-us
crassipes-thick-footed or -stalkedkrass-ip-peez
crassus-thickkrass-us
crenatus-scalloped (crenate)kren-nay-tus
crenatiflorus-with scalloped-edge flowerskren-ay-tif-floh-rus
crenulatus-somewhat scalloped (crenulate).kren-yew-lay-tus
crepidatus-slipperedkrep-id-day-tus
crepitans-rattling, rustlingkrep-it-anz
cretaceous-chalky, pertaining to chalk.kret-tay-see-us
crinitus-hairykrin-nye-tus
crispus-crisped, curledkriss-pus
crlstatus-crestedkris-tay-tus
crocatus-yellow (saffron)kroh-kay-tus
croceus-saffron-yellowkroh-see-us
cruciatus-cross­ like (cruciate)krew-see-ay-tus
cruciferus-cross­ bearingkrew-sif-er-us
cruentus-blood-coloredkrew-en-tus
crystallinus-crystallline, (crystal-clear)kriss-tal-in-us
cubensis-of or from Cubakew-ben-siss
cucullatus-hoodedkuk-yew-lay-tus
cultratus-knife­ shapedkul-tray-tus
cultriformis-knife-shapedkul-trif-form-iss
cuneatus-wedge­ shapedkew-nee-ay-tus
cuneifolius-wedge-leavedkew-nee-if-foh-lee-us
cuneiformis-wedge-formedkew-nee-if-form-iss
cupreatus-copperykew-pree-ay-tus
cupreus-copper (-colored)kew-pree-us
curvatus-curvedker-vay-tus
curvifolius-curving-leavedker-vif-foh-lee-us
cuspidatus-sharply or stiffly pointed (cuspidate)kuss-pid-day-tus
cyaneus-bluesye-ay-nee-us
cyanus-bluesye-ay-nus
cylindraceus-cylinder-likesil-in-dray-see-us
cylindricus-cylindricalsil-lin-drik-us
cymbiformis-boat-shapedsim-bif-form-iss
cymosus-with flowers in cymes (cymose)sye-moh-sus
dactyliferus-finger bearing, finger-likedak-til-lif-er-us
dahuricus-of Dahuria (eastern Siberia)da-hew-rik-us
dalmaticus-of Dalmatia (the Adriatic)dal-mat-ik-us
damascenus-of Damascus (Syria)dam-ass-see-nus
dasycarpus-thick­ fruiteddas-ik-karp-us
dealbatus-whitish, almost whitedee-al-bay-tus
debilis-weak, fraildeb-il-iss
decapetalus-ten petaleddek-ap-pet-al-us
deciduuus-with parts falling (as leaves), deciduousdes-sid-yew-us
decipiens-not obvious, deceptivedes-sip-ee-enz
declinatus-bent downwarddek-lin-nay-tus
decolorans-discoloring, stainingdee-kol-lohr-anz
decompositus-more than once divided or compoundeddee-kom-poz-it-us
decorans-adorning.dek-or-anz
decorus-comely, becomingdek-or-us
decumbens-reclining at base with tips upright; decumbentdee-kum-benz
decurrens-decurrent (as a leaf descending down a stem)dee-ker-renz
decussatus-arranged in pairs, with adjacent pairs at right angles (decussate)dee-kuss-say-tus
deftexus-bent sharply downward, deflexeddee-flex-us
deformis-misshapen, deformeddee-form-iss
delectus-chosendee-lek-tus
delicatissimus-very delicatedel-ik-at-tiss-im-us
delicatus-delicate, tenderdel-ik-kay-tus
deliciosus-deliciousdel-iss-ee-oh-sus
deltoideus-deltoid (triangular)del-toy-dee-us
deltoides-roughly triangulardel-toy-deez
demersus-submergeddee-mer-sus
demissus-low, weakdee-miss-us
dendroideus-tree-likeden-droy-dee-us
densiflorus-densely floweredden-sif-floh-rus
densus-dense, compactden-sus
dentatus-toothed, dentateden-tay-tus
denticulatus-somewhat toothed, denticulateden-tik-yew-lay-tus
dentosus-toothedden-toh-sus
denudatus-naked, baredee-new-day-tus
dependens-hanging downdee-pen-denz
depressus-flattened, depresseddee-press-us
deustus-burneddee-uss-tus
diacanthus-two­ spined, two-thorneddye-ak-kanth-us
diademus-two­ crowneddye-ad-dee-mus
diandrus-two-stameneddye-and-rus
dianthiflorus-Dianthus-flowereddye-anth-if-floh-rus
diaphanous-thin, transparentdye-aff-an-us
dichotomus-forked, two-brancheddye-kot-om-us
dicoccus-two-berrieddye-kok-us
didymus-paired (as anthers)did-im-us
difformis-differingdif-form-iss
diffuses-spreading (diffuse)dif-few-sus
digitalis-finger-formdij-it-tay-liss
digitatus-finger-form (digitate) dij-it-tay-tus
dilatatus-expandeddye-lat-tay-tus
dilates-expanded, spread-outdye-lay-tus
dimidiatus-halved, in two equal partsdye-mid-ee-ay-tus
dimorphus-two­ formeddye-morf-us
diodon-two-tootheddye-od-on
dioicus-having male and female flowers on separate plants, dioecious (dye-eesh-us)dye-oh-ik-us
dipetalus-two-petaleddye-pet-al-us
diphyllus-two-leaveddye-fill-us
dipterus-two-wingeddip-ter-us
dipterocarpus-with two-winged fruitdip-ter-oh-karp-us
disciformis-disc-formeddisk-if-form-iss
discoideus-rayless, discoiddis-koy-dee-us
discolor-of two different colorsdis-kol-or
dissectus-deeply cut, dissecteddis-sek-tus
dissitiflorus-loose-flowereddis-sit-if-floh-rus
distachyus-two spikeddis-tak-ee-us
distans-separatediss-tanz
distichus-with leaves or flowers in two ranks on opposite sides of stem (distichous)diss-tik-us
distylus-two-styleddiss-til-us
diurnus-day-floweringdye-urn-us
divaricatus-widely divergent, spreading (divaricate)div-ar-ik-kay-tus
divergens-wide­spreadingdiv-verj-enz
diversiflorus-variable-flowereddiv-erss-if-floh-rus
diversifolius-variable-leaveddiv-erss-if-foh-lee-us
diversilobus-diversly lobeddiv-erss-il-loh-bus
divisus-divided, separateddiv-vye-sus
dolabratus-hatchet­ shapeddol-ab-ray-tus
dolabriformis-hatchet-shapeddol-ab-rif-form-iss
dolosus-deceptivedol-loh-sus
domesticus-domestic (or domesticated)dom-mess-tik-us
drupaceus-with drupe-like parts, having drupesdrew-pay-see-us
drupiferus-bearing drupesdrew-pif-er-us
dubius-doubtful (of origin or type)dew-bee-us
dulcis-sweetdull-siss
dumetorum-of bushes or hedgesdew-met-toh-rum
dumosus-bushydew-moh-sus
duplex-doubledew-plex
duplicatus-double, doubled (duplicate)dew-plik-kay-tus
durabilis-lasting, durabledew-rab-il-iss
duracinus-hard berrieddew-rass-in-us
durius-rather hard or toughdew-ree-us
LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
ebenaceus-ebony-likeeb-en-nay-see-us
ebracteatus-bractlessee-brak-tee-ay-tus
eburneus-ivory- whiteee-burn-ee-us
echinatus-bristly, pricklyek-in-nay-tus
echinocarpus-prickly-fruitedek-in-oh-karp-us
echinosepalus-prickly-sepaledek-in-oh-sep-al-us
ecornutus-hornlessee-kor-new-tus
edulis-edibleed-yew-liss
effusus-loose-spreadingef-few-sus
elasticus-elastic (or rubber-producing)el-last-ik-us
elatior-talleree-lay-tee-or
elatus-tallee-lay-tus
elegans-beautiful, elegantell-eg-anz
elegantissimus-most beautiful or elegantel-eg-an-tiss-im-us
elephantidens-large-toothedel-ef-fant-id-enz
ellipticus-elliptical (oval, tapering towards ends)el-lip-tik-us
elongatus-lengthened, elongatedee-lon-gay-tus
emarginatus-shallowly notched at tip (as of leaves), emarginateee-mar-jin-nay-tus
emeticus-emeticem-met-ik-us
emineus-prominentem-in-enz
enneapbyllus-nine-leaveden-nee-af-fill-us
ensatus-sword-likeen-say-tus
ensifolius-sword­ leaveden-sif-foh-lee-us
ensiformis-sword­ shapeden-sif-form-iss
entomophilus-insect lovingen-toh-mof-il-us
equestris-pertaining to horsesek-kwess-triss
equinus-of horsesek-kwye-nus
erectus-upright, erectee-rek-tus
erianthus-woolly- floweredehr-ee-anth-us
ericoides-Heath­ like, Erica-likeehr-ik-koy-deez
eriocarpus-woolly-fruitedehr-ee-oh-karp-us
eriocephalus-woolly-headedehr-ee-oh-sef-al-us
erlophorus-woollyehr-ee-off-or-us
erosus-jaggedee-roh-sus
erraticus-unusualehr-rat-ik-us
erubescens-blushingehr-rew-bess-senz
erythrocarpus-red-fruitedehr-ith-roh-karp-us
erythrocephalus-red-headedehr-ith-roh-sef-al­ us
erythropodus-red-footed or -stalkedehr-ith-rop-od-us
erythropterus-red-wingedehr-ith-rop-ter-us
esculentus-ediblees-kew-lent-us
estriatus-without stripeses-trye-ay-tus
etuberosus-without tubersee-tew-ber-roh-sus
europaeus-Europeanyew-roh-pee-us
exaltatus-very tallex-al-tay-tus
excavatus-hollowedex-kay-vay-tus
excellens-excelling outstandingex-sel-lenz
excelsus-tallex-sel-sus
excisus-cut awayex-sye-sus
exiguus-small, poorex-ig-yew-us
eximius-uncommon, distinguishedex-im-ee-us
exitiosus-pernicious, destructiveex-it-ee-oh-sus
exoticus-foreign (not native)ex-ot-ik-us
expansus-expansiveex-pan-sus
exscapus-stalkless, scapelessex-skay-pus
exsculptus-dug or carved outex-skulp-tus
exsertus-protruding (exserted)ex-sert-us
exsurgens-rising or standing upex-serj-enz
extensus-extendedex-ten-sus
exudans-exuding (something)ex-yew-danz
fabaceus-bean-likefab-bay-see-us
falcatus-sickle-shaped (falcate)fal-kay-tus
falcifolius-with sickle-shaped leavesfal-sif-foh-lee-us
falciformis-sickle­ formedfal-sif-form-iss
farinaceus-starchy or flouryfa-rin-nay-see-us
fariniferus-having starchfa-rin-nif-er-us
farinosus-mealy, powderyfa-rin-noh-sus
fasciatus-flattened or broadened (fasciate) fas-see-ay-tus
fascicularis-closely clustered (fascicled)fas-sik-yew-lay-riss
fasciculatus-clusteredfas-sik-yew-lay-tus
fascinator-charmingfas-sin-nay-tor
fastigiatus-erect-branching (fastigiate) fas-tij-ee-ay-tus
fastuosus-proudfas-tew-oh-sus
fatuus-simple, insipidfat-yew-us
febrifugus-fever-dispelling feb-rif-yew-gus
fenestralis-with (window-like) openingsfen-ess-tray-liss
ferox-very thornyfee-rox
ferreus-pertaining to ironfehr-ee-us
ferrogineus-rust­coloredfer-rew-jin-ee-us
fertilis-fruitful (self­ fruitful)fer-til-iss
festivus-gay, festivefes-tye-vus
fibrosus-markedly fibrousfye-broh-sus
ficifolius-with fig-like leavesfye-sif-foh-lee-us
ficoideus-fig-likefye-koy-dee-us
filamentosus-thread-like, having threadsfil-am-en-toh-sus
filicatus-fern-likefil-ik-kay-tus
filicaulis -with thread-like stemsfil-ik-kaw-liss
filicifolius -fern- leavedfil-iss-if-foh-lee-us
filicinus-fern-likefil-iss-sye-nus
filicoides-fern-likefil-ik-koy-deez
filiferus-having threads or filamentsfye-lif-er-us
filifolius-thread­ leavedfil-if-foh-lee-us
filiformis-thread­ likefil-if-form-iss
filipes-with thread like stalksfill-ip-peez
fimbriatus-fringed (fimbriate)fim-bree-ay-tus
firmatus-firmfir-may-tus
firmus-firm, strongfirm-us
fissifolius-split- leavedfiss-if-foh-lee-us
fissilis-cleft, split (fissile)fiss-il-iss
fissus-cleft, splitfiss-us
fistulosus-hollow­ cylindricalfiss-tew-loh-sus
flabellatus-with fan­ like parts (flabellate)flab-el-lay-tus
flabelliformis-fan-shapedflab-el-if-form-iss
flaccidus-soft, limpflak-sid-us
flagellaris-whip-like (flagellate) flaj-el-lay-riss
flagellates-whip­ likeflaj-el-lay-tus
flagelliformis-whip-formedflaj-el-if-form-iss
flammeus-flame- coloredflam-ee-us
flavescens-yellowish, becoming yellowflav-vess-enz
flavicomus-yellow-hairedflay-vik-oh-mus
flavidus-yellow or yellowishflay-vid-us
flavirameus-yellow-branchedflay-vihr-ray-mee-us
flavispinus-yellow-spinedflay-viss-pye-nus
flavissimus-deep yellowflay-viss-im-us
flavus-yellowfiay-vus
flavovirens-yellow-greenflay-voh-vye-renz
flexilis-pliant, :flexiblefiex-il-iss
flexuosus-tortuous, zig-zagflex-yew-oh-sus
floccosus-woollyflok-koh-sus
flore-albo-white­ floweredfloh-ree-al-boh
florentinus-Florentineflor-en-tye-nus
flore-pleno-double floweredfloh-ree-plee-noh
floribundus-flowering profuselyfloh-rib-bund-us
floridus-flowering freelyflor-id-us
floridanus-of Floridaflor-id-day-nus
fluitans-floatingflew-it-anz
fluviatilis-of riversflew-vee-at-il-iss
foetidissimus-foul smellingfet-id-diss-im-us
foetidus-ill-smellingfet-id-us
foliatus-with leavesfoh-lee-ay-tus
foliolatus-with leafletsfoh-lee-oh-lay-tus
foliosus-leafy, full of leavesfoh-lee-oh-sus
follicularis-having folliclesfol-ik-yew-lay-riss
fontinalis-pertaining to springfon-tin-nay-liss
forficatus-shear­ shapedfor-fik-kay-tus
formosissimus-very beautifulfor-moh-siss-im-us
formosus-beautiful, handsomefor-moh-sus
foveatus-pittedfoh-vee-ay-tus
foveolatus-somewhat pittedfoh-vee-oh-lay-tus
fragarioides-Strawberry-likefrag-ar-ee-oy-deez
fragilis-fragile, brittlefraj-il-iss
fragrans-fragrantfray-granz
fragrantissimus-very fragrantfray-gran-tiss-im-us
frigidus-from or of cold regionsfrij-id-us
frondosus-leafyfron-doh-sus
fructescens-fruitfulfrook-tess-enz
fructiferus-bearing fruitsfrook-tif-er-us
fructigenus-fruitfulfrook-tij-en-us
frutescens-shrubby, bushyfrew-tess-enz
fruticosus-shrubby, bushy (fruticose)frew-tik-koh-sus
fruticulosus-somewhat shrubbyfrew-tik-yew-loh-sus
fucatus-painted, dyedfew-kay-tus
fuchsioides-Fuchsia-likefook-see-oy-deez
fugax-rapidfew-gax
fulgens-shining, glisteningfull-jenz
fulgidus-shiningfull-jid-us
fuliginosus-sooty-blackfew-lij-in-oh-sus
fulvescens-becoming tawny-orangefull-vess-enz
fulvus-tawny-orangefull-vuss
funebris-funerealfew-nee-briss
fungosus-spongy, pertaining to a fungusfun-goh-sus
funiculatus-pertaining to rope or cord; with an ovule stalk (funicle)few-nik-yew-lay-tus
furcans-forkedfur-kanz
furcatus-forked (furcate)fur-kay-tus
fuscatus-brownishfuss-kay-tus
fusco-rubra-brownish redfuss-koh-roo-brah
fuscus-brown, dusky (fuscous)fuss-cus
fusiformis-spindle-shapedfew-sif-form-iss
galacifolius-Galax-leavedgay-las-if-foh-lee-us
galericulatus-helmet-likegal-er-ik-yew-lay-tus
gallicus-French, of or from Francegal-lik-us
garganicus-of Gargano (Italy)gar-gan-ik-us
gelidus-frigid (regions)jel-id-us
geminatus-twinjem-in-nay-tus
geminiflorus-twin-floweredjem-in-if-floh-rus
geminispinus-twin-spinedjem-in-iss-pye-nus
gemmatus-jeweled (bud-bearing)jem-may-tus
gemmiferus-having budsjem-mif-er-us
genevensis-of Geneva (Switzerland)jen-ev-ven-siss
geniculatus-jointed, kneedjen-ik-yew-lay-tus
gentianoides-Gentian-likejen-shan-noy-deez
geoides-of the earthjee-oy-deez
geometricus-distinctly patternedjee-om-met-rik-us
germanicus-German, of Germanyjer-man-ik-us
gibberosus-humped, misshapenjib-er-roh-sus
gibbiflorus-with irirregularly swollen flowersjib-if-floh-rus
gibbus-swollen on one side (gibbous)jib-us
giganteus-large, hugejye-gan-tee-us
giganticus-large, giganticjye-gan-tik-us
glabellus-smoothishglab-bell-us
glaber (see glabrus)-smoothglay-ber
glaberrimus-very smoothglab-behr-im-us
glabratus-rather smoothglab-ray-tus
glabrescens-becoming smoothglab-ress-enz
glabrus-smooth (glab­ rous)glay-brus
glacialis-of glacial regionsglay-see-ay-liss
gladiatus-sword­ likeglad-ee-ay-tus
glanduliferus-having glandsglan-dew-lif-er-us
glanduliflorus-with gland-like (glandular) flowersglan-dew-lif-fioh­ rus
glandulosus-glandularglan-dew-loh-sus
glaucescens-acquiring a “bloom” (fuzz), grayishglaw-sess-senz
glaucifolius-bloomy- or grayish-leavedglaw-sif-foh-lee-us
glaucophyllus-bloomy or grayish leavedglaw-koh-fill-us
glaucus-bloomy, grayish (glaucous)glaw-kus
globosus-almost spherical or globular (globose)gloh-boh-sus
globularis-like a little ballgloh-bew-lay-riss
globuliferus-bearing small balls or globulesgloh-bew-lif-er-us
globulosus-globular but smallgloh-bew-loh-sus
glomeratus-clustered (glomerate)glom-er-ray-tus
glomuliferus-bearing small clusters (of flowers)glom-yew-lif-er-us
gloriosus-superbgloh-ree-oh-sus
glumaceus-with chaffy bracts or scales (glumes)glew-may-see-us
glutinosus-gluey, sticky (glutinous)glew-tin-noh-sus
gracilentus-slendergras-il-len-tus
gracilis-slender (graceful)grass-il-iss
gracillimus-very slendergras-sil-im-us
graecus-Greek, of Greecegree-kus
gramineus-grassy, grass-likegram-min-ee-us
graminifolius-grass-leavedgram-in-if-foh-lee­ us
grandiceps-large-headedgran-dis-seps
grandicuspis-with large pointsgran-dik-kusp-iss
grandidentatus-big-toothedgran-did-en-tay­ tus
grandiflorus-large-floweredgran-dif-floh-rus
grandifolius-large-leavedgran-dif-foh-lee-us
grandiformis-of a large sortgran-dif-form-iss
grandipunctatus-large-spottedgran-dip-unk-tay­ tus
grandis-largegran-diss
graniticus-of granite soils or crevicesgran-nit-ik-us
granulatus-of grain-texture, granulargran-yew-lay-tus
granulosus-grainy, granulosegran-yew-loh-sus
gratissimus-very pleasinggrat-tiss-im-us
gratus-pleasinggray-tus
graveolens-heavy­ scentedgrav-vee-ol-enz
grossus-great, largegrohss-us
guatemalensis-of Guatemalagwat-em-al-len-siss
guianensis-of Guianagwee-an-nen-siss
guineensis-of Guinea (Africa)gwin-ee-en-siss
gummiferus-gum-bearinggum-mif-er-us
gummosus-gummygum-moh-sus
guttatus-spotted, speckledgut-tay-tus
gymnocarpus-naked-fruitedjim-no-karp-us
gyrans-gyrating, revolving (in a circle)jye-ranz
haemanthus-blood­ red-floweredhee-manth-us
hamatus-hookedham-may-tus
hamosus-hooked, hook-likeham-moh-sus
harpophyllus-sickle-leavedharp-oh-fill-us
hastatus-spear-shaped (hastate)hass-tay-tus
hastiferus-spear­ bearinghass-tif-er-us
hastilis-referring to a spearhass-tye-liss
hebecarpus-hairy­ fruitedhee-bee-karp-us
hederaceus-Ivy-likehed-er-ray-see-us
helveticus-Swiss, of Switzerlandhel-vet-ik-us
helvolus-pale yellowhel-vol-us
hemisphaericus-like half a spherehem-iss-feer-ik­ us
heptaphyllus-seven­ leavedhep-taf-fill-us
herbaceous-fleshy stemmed, not woody (herbaceous)her-bay-see-us
heteracanthus-variously spinedhet-er-ak-kanth-us
heteranthus-variable flowered, variously floweredhet-er-ranth-us
heterocarpus-various-fruitedhet-er-oh-karp-us
heterodon-various toothedhet-tehr-od-on
heteroglossus-various-tonguedhet-er-oh-gloss-us
heteromorphus-varying in formhet-er-oh-morf­ us
heterophyllus-various-leavedhet-er-oh-fill-us
hexagonus-six-angled, six-sidedhex-ag-on-us
hexandrus-six-stamenedhex-and-rus
hexapetalus-six­ petaledhex-ap-pet-al-us
hexaphyllus-six­leavedhex-af-fill-us
hians-open, gapinghye-anz
hibernalis-pertaining to winterhye-ber-nay-liss
hibernicus-of or from Irelandhye-bern-ik-us
hibiscifolius-Hibiscus-leavedhye-bis-sif-foh-lee-us
himalaicus-of the Himalayashim-al-lay-ik-us
hirsutissimus-very hairyherss-yew-tiss-im-us
hirsutulus-somewhat hairyherss-yew-tul-us
hirsutus-hairy (hirsute)herss-yew-tus
hirtellus-somewhat hairyher-tel-us
hirtiflorus-hairy­ floweredher-tif-floh-rus
hirtipes-hairy- stemmedher-tip-eez
hirtus-hairyhert-us
hispanicus-of or from Spainhiss-pan-ik-us
hispidissimus-very bristlyhiss-pid-diss-im-us
hispidus-bristly (hispid)hiss-pid-us
histrionicus-pertaining to actors or the dramahiss-tree-on-ik-us
hollandicus-of or from Hollandhol-land-ik-us
holosericeus-woolly, silkyhol-oh-ser-riss-ee-us
horizontalis-horizontalhor-iz-on-tay-liss
horridus-horrid (as with spines)horr-id-us
hortensius-of gardenershor-ten-see-us
hortensis-belonging to the gardenhor-ten-siss
hortorum-belonging to gardens.hor-toh-rum
hortulanus-of gardenshor-tew-lay-nus
humifusus-sprawling on the groundhew-mif-few-sus
humilis-low-growing, dwarfhew-mil-iss
hupehensis-from Hupei (China)hoo-pay-en-siss
hyacinthinus-sapphire-coloredhye-ass-sinth-in-us
hyacinthoides-Hyacinth-likehye-ass-inth-oy- deez
hyalinus-translucent, transparenthye-al-in-us
hybridus-mixed, hybridhib-rid-us
hyemalis-pertaining to winterhye-em-may-liss
hymenanthus-membranous-floweredhye-men-nanth-us
hymenoides-membrane-likehye-men-noy-deez
hymenosepalus-membrane-sepaledhye-men-oh-see­ pal-us
hyperboreus-far-northernhye-per-boh-ree-us
hypocrateriformis-salver-shaped (flower)hye-poh-kray­ter-if-form-iss
hypogaeus-underground (of growth)hye-poh-jee-us
hypoglaucus-grayish or bloomy beneathhye-poh-glaw-kus
hypoleucus-whitish, palehye-poh-lew-kus
hypophyllus-referring to underside of leafhye-poh-fill-us
hystrix-bristlyhiss-trix
LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
ianthinus-violet, violet-blueeye-anth-in-us
ibericus-of Spain or Portugaleye-behr-ik-us
ignescens-fiery (colored)ig-ness-senz
igneus-fieryig-nee-us
ilicifolius-Holly­ leavedil-iss-if-foh-lee-us
illecebrosus-shade-growingil-less-see-broh-sus
illustris-brilliant, lustrousil-luss-triss
illyricus-of Greece (Illyria)il-lihr-ik-us
imberbis-beardless, spinelessim-berb-iss
imbricans-overlappingim-brik-anz
imbricarius-overlappingim-brik-kay-ree-us
imbricatus-overlapping (imbricated)im-brik-kay-tus
immaculatus-spotlessim-mak-yew-lay-tus
immersus-underwaterim-mer-sus
imperialis-showy, regalim-pee-ree-ay-liss
implexus-interwovenim-plex-us
impressus-sunkenim-press-us
inaequalifolius-unequal-leavedin-ee-kwal-if-foh-lee-us
inaequalis-unequal, not uniformin-ee-kway-liss
inaequilaterus-unequaled-sidedin-ee-kwil-lat-er-us
incanus-grayish-white, hoaryin-kay-nus
incarnatus-flesh­ coloredin-kar-nay-tus
incertus-uncertain (origin or type)in-sert-us
incisifolius-cut-leavedin-sye-sif-foh-lee-us
incisus-cut (incised)in-sye-sus
inclinatus-bent downwardin-klin-nay-tus
incomparabilis-excellingin-kom-par-rab-il­ iss
incomptus-unattractivein-komp-tus
inconspicuus-not notable, inconspicuousin-kon-spik-yew-us
incurvatus-bent inward (in curved)in-kurv-vay-tus
indentatus-indented or toothedin-den-tay-tus
indicus-of India (the East Indies)inn-dik-us
indivisus-undividedin-div-vye-sus
induratus-hardenedin-dew-ray-tus
inermis-without thorns or spines (unarmed)in-erm-iss
infectorius-used for dyesin-fek-toh-ree-us
infestus-dangerousin-fess-tus
inflatus-swollenin-flay-tus
infractus-brokenin-frak-tus
infundibuliformis-funnel shaped (flowers)in-fun-dib-yew-lif-form-iss
inodorus-without fragrancein-oh-doh-rus
inornatus-not showyin-or-nay-tus
inquinans-discoloringinn-kwin-anz
insignis-remarkable, outstandingin-sig-niss
intactus-intactin-tak-tus
integer-unbroken (entire)inn-tej-er
integrifolius-entire-leaved (smooth-edged)in-teg-rif-foh-lee-us
interjectus-put betweenin-ter-jek-tus
intermedius-intermediate (in color, form, etc.)in-ter-meed-ee-us
interruptus-not continousin-ter-rup-tus
intertextus-interwoven, intertwinedin-ter-text-us
intortus-twistedin-tort-us
intricatus-entangled (branches)in-trik-kay-tus
introrsus-turned inward (introrse)in-tror-sus
intumescens-swollen, puffyin-tew-mess-senz
inversus-turned over (inverse).in-verr-sus
invisus-unseen, overlookedin-vye-sus
involucratus-with a group or whorl of small leaves or bracts (involucres)in-vol-yew-kray-tus
involutus-rolled inward (involute)in-vol-yew-tus
ioensis-from Iowaeye-oh-en-siss
ionanthus-Violet floweredeye-oh-nanth-us
ionopterus-winged like a Violeteye-oh-nop-ter-us
iridescens-shimmering, changeable colorir-id-dess-senz
iridifolius-Iris-leavedeye-rid-if-foh-lee-us
iridioides-Iris-likeeye-rid-ee-oy-deez
irregularis-irregular, unsymmetricalihr-reg-yew-lay-riss
isandrus-equal-stamenedeye-sand-rus
isopetalus-equal-petaledeye-soh-pet-al-us
isophyllus-equal-leavedeye-soh-fill-us
italicus-of or from Italyit-tal-ik-us
ixocarpus-sticky-fruitedix-oh-karp-us
japonicus-of or from Japanjap-pon-ik-us
jasmineus-Jasmine-likejas-min-ee-us
jasminiflorus-Jasmine-floweredjas-min-if-floh-rus
jasminoides-Jasmine-likejas-min-noy-deez
javanicus-of or from Javajav-van-ik-us
jubatus-crested, manedjew-bay-tus
jucundus-pleasing, amiablejew-koon-dus
jugosus-yokedjew-goh-sus
juliflorus-with walnut-like flowersjew-lif-floh-rus
junceus-rush-likejoon-see-us
juniperinus-Juniper-likejew-nip-er-rye-nus
kalmiaflorus-Laurel (Kalmia) - floweredkal-mih-ee-floh-rus
kamtschatikus-of Kamchatka (Siberia)kam-chat-ik-us
kashmirianus-of Kashmerekash-meer-ee-ay­ nus
kewensis-of Kew Gardens (England)kew-en-siss
korianus-of or from Koreakoh-ree-ay-nus
labiatus-lipped (labiate)lay-bee-ay-tus
labiosus-lippedlay-bee-oh-sus
laciniatus-cut into narrow holes (laciniate)las-in-ee-ay-tus
laciniosus-narrowly-cutlas-in-ee-oh-sus
lactatus -milkylak-tay-tus
lacteus-milk-whitelak-tee-us
lacticolor-milk-coloredlak-tik-ol-or
lactiferus-milky- juicedlak-tif-er-us
lactiflorus-milk-white floweredlak-tif-floh-rus
lacunosus-pittedlak-yew-noh-sus
laetevirens-vivid greenlee-tev-vye-renz
laetus-bright, vividlee-tus
laevicaulis-smooth-stemmedlee-vik-kaw-liss
laevigatus-smoothlee-vig-gay-tus
laevipes-smooth-stalkedlee-vip-peez
laevis-smoothlee-viss
laeviusculus-smoothishlee-vee-uss-kew-lus
lanatus-woolly, wool-likelan-nay-tus
lanceolatus-slender-pointed (lanceolate)lan-see-oh-lay-tus
lanceus-lance-like, pointedlan-see-us
lancifolius-pointed-leavedlan-sif-foh-lee-us
lanigerus-wool-bearing, woolylan-nij-er-us
lanosus-woollylan-noh-sus
lanuginosus-woolly, downylan-yew-jin-noh-sus
laricifolius-Larch-leavedlar-iss-sif-foh-lee-us
laricinus-Larch (Larix)-likelar-iss-sye-nus
lasiacanthus-woolly-spinedlay-see-ak-kanth-us
lasianthus-woolly­floweredlay-see-anth-us
lasiocarpus-rough- or hairy-fruitedlay-see-oh-karp-us
lasiopetalus-hairy-petaledlay-see-oh-pet-al-us
lateriflorus-with flowers on the side, lateral-floweredlat-er-if-floh-rus
lateritius-bright redlat-er-rit-ee-us
latiflorus-broad-floweredlat-if-floh-rus
latifolius-broad­leavedlat-if-foh-lee-us
latifrons-broad-foliaged or -frondedlat-if-ronz
latimaculatus-broad-spottedlat-im-ak-yew-lay­tus
latipes-broad-footed or -stalkedlat-ip-peez
latisquamus-with broad scale-like leaves or bractslat-iss-kway-mus
latissimus-very broad.lat-tiss-im-us
latus-broadlay-tus
laurifolius-Laurel (Laurus) - leavedlaw-rif-foh-lee-us
laurinus-Laurel (Laurus)-likelaw-rye-nus
lavandulaceus-Lavender-likelav-an-dew-lay-see­ us
laxiflorus-loose-floweredlax-if-floh-rus
laxifolius-loose­ leavedlax-if-foh-lee-us
laxus-lax-us
leianthus-smooth­ floweredlye-anth-us
leiocarpus-smooth-fruitedlye-oh-karp-us
leiophyllus-smooth-leavedlye-oh-fill-us
lenticularis-lens-shaped (lenticular)len-tik-yew-lay-riss
lentus-pliant but toughlent-us
leontoglossus-lion-tonguedlee-on-toh-gloss-us
leopardinus-leopard-spottedlee-op-ar-dye-nus
lepidophyllus-scaly-leavedlep-id-oh-fill-us
leprosus-scurfylep-roh-sus
leptocaulis-thin­ stemmed.lep-toh-kaw-liss
leptocladus-thin­ branchedlep-tok-lad-us
leptolepis-thin­scaledlep-tol-ep-iss
leptophyllus-thin­leavedlep-toh-fill-us
leptopus-thin-stalkedlep-toh-pus
leptosepalus-thin-sepaledlep-toh-see-pal-us
leucanthus-white-floweredlew-kanth-us
leucobotrys-white-clusteredlew-koh-boh-triss
leucocephalus-white-headedlew-koh-sef-al-us
leuconeurus-white-veinedlew-koh-new-rus
leucophyllus-white­ leavedlew-koh-fill-us
leocorhizus-white-rootedlew-koh-rye-zus
lignosus-woodylig-noh-sus
ligularis-strap-shapedlig-yew-lay-riss
ligulatus-strap-shapedlig-yew-lay-tus
ligustrinus-Privet (Ligustrum)-likelye-gus-trye-nus
lilacinus-lilac-like or -coloredlye-las-sye-nus
liliiflorus-Lily­ floweredlil-ee-if-fioh-rus
liliifolius-with Lily-like leaveslil-ee-if-foh-lee-us
limbatus-borderedlim-bay-tus
limosus-of marshy placeslim-moh-sus
linariifolius-Linaria leavedlin-ay-ree-if-foh-lee­us
linearifolius-narrow-leavedlin-ee-ay-rif-foh-lee­us
linearilobus-narrow-lobedlin-ee-ay-ril-loh-bus
linearis-narrow (linear)lin-ee-ay-riss
lineatus-striped, linedlin-ee-ay-tus
linguus-tongue-likelin-gwus
lingulatus-tongue­ shapedlin-gew-lay-tus
linifolius-with Flax (Linum)-like leaveslye-nif-foh-lee-us
linophyllus-Flax­ leavedlye-no-fill-us
linoides-Flax-likelin-noy-deez
lithophilus-rock-dwellinglith-off-il-us
lithospermus-with stone-like seedslith-oh-sperm-us
littoralis-of the sea­ shorelit-tor-ray-liss
littoreus-of the shore or coastlit-tor-ee-us
lividus-bluish, lividliv-id-us
lobatus-lobedloh-bay-tus
lobularis-lobedloh-bew-lay-riss
longebracteatus-long-bractedlon-jeb-brak-tee-ay-tus
longepedunculatus-with a long flower stalklon-jep-ped­unk-ew-lay-tus
longicaudatus-long-tailedlon-jik-kaw-day-tus
longiflorus-long­ floweredlon-jif-floh-rus
longifolius-long­ leavedlon-jif-foh-lee-us
longihamatus-long-hookedlon-jih-ham-may­ tus
longilaminatus-with long plates (laminae)lon-jil-lam-in-nay­ tus
longilobus-long-lobedlon-jil-oh-bus
longipes-long-stalkedlon-jip-eez
longipetalus-long-petaledlon-jip-pet-alus
longipinnatus-long-pinnatelon-jip-pin-nay-tus
longiracemosus-long-racemedlon-jih-ray-sem-moh-sus
longiscapus-long-scapedlon-jis-skay-pus
longisepalus-long-sepaledlon-jis-see-pal-us
longispathus-long-spathedlon-jis-spayth-us
longispinus-long-spinedlon-jis-spye-nus
longissimus-very longlon-jiss-im-us
longistylus-long styledlon-jis-stye-lus
longus-longlon-gus
lophanthus-with crested flowersloh-fanth-us
lorifolius-strap-leavedlor-if-foh-lee-us
lotifolius-Lotus-leavedloh-tif-foh-lee-us
lucidus-bright, shininglew-sid-us
ludovicianus-of Louisianalew-doh-viss-ee-ay­nus
lunatus-moon-shaped, crescent-shaped (lunate)lew-nay-tus
lunulatus-somewhat moon-shapedlew-new-lay-tus
luridus-pale yellow; also fiery, luridlew-rid-us
lusitanicus-of Portugal (Lusitania)lew-sit-tan-ik-us
luteolus-yellowishlew-tee-oh-lus
lutescens-becoming yellowishlew-tess-senz
luteus-yellowlew-tee-us
luxurians-luxuriant, thriftylux-yew-ree-anz
lyratus-deeply cut, with large terminal lobe (lyrate)lye-ray-tus
LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
macilentus-lean, meagremas-il-lent-us
macradenus-with large glandsmak-rad-deen-us
macranthus-large-floweredmak-ranth-us
macrobotrys-large-clusteredmak-roh-boh-triss
macrocanthus-large-thornedmak-roh-kanth-us
macrocarpus-large-fruitedmak-roh-karp-us
macrocephalus-large-headedmak-roh-sef-al-us
macrodactylus-large-fingeredmak-roh-dak-til-us
macrodontus-large-toothedmak-roh-don-tus
macromeris-with large or many partsmak-krom-er-iss
macropetalus-large-petaledmak-roh-pet-al-us
macrophyllus-large-leavedmak-roh-fill-us
macropodus-large-stalkedmak-krop-od-us
macropterus-large-wingedmak-krop-ter-us
macrorhizus-with a large rootstockmak-roh-rye-zus
macrospadix-with large spadixmak-roh-spay-dix
macrospermus-large-seededmak-roh-sperm-us
macrostachyus-large-spikedmak-roh-stak-ee-us
macrostemus-with large filamentsmak-roh-stee-mus
macrostylus-large-styledmak-roh-stye-lus
macrourus-large-tailedmak-roh-yew-rus
maculatus-spottedmak-yew-lay-tus
magellanicus-of region of Straits of Magellan (So. America)maj-el-lan-ik-us
magnificus-showy, magnificentmag-niff-ik-us
majalis-of May (May­ blooming)maj-ay-liss
major (majus)-greater, largermay-jor (may­jus)
malacoides-mucilajinousmal-ak-koy-deez
maliformis-Apple-formedmay-lif-form-iss
malvacius-Malow (Malva) -likemal-vay-see-us
malvaeflorus-Mallow-floweredmal-vee-floh-rus
mammosus-with nipple- or breast-like partsmam-moh-sus
mandshuricus-of Manchuriamand-shoor-ik-us
manicatus-long­ sleeved (often referring to tube­ like calyx)man-ik-kay-tus
marcescens-witheringmar-sess-senz
marcidus-withering (not falling)mar-sid-us
margaritaceus-pearlymar-gar-it-tay-see­us
margaritiferus-pearl-bearing (of flowers or fruit)mar-gar-it-tif-er-us
margaritus-pearlymar-gar-rye-tus
marginalis-margined, with distinct or different marginsmar-jin-nay-liss
marginatus-marginedmar-jin-nay-tus
marginellus-somewhat marginedmar-jin-nell-us
marianus-referring to Virgin Marymar-ee-ay-nus
marilandicus-of or from Marylandmar-il-land-ik-us
maritimus-of the sea or shoremar-rit-im-us
marmoratus-mottled, marbledmar-moh-ray-tus
marmoreus-marbledmar-moh-ree-us
marmorophyllus-leaves marbledmar-mor-oh-fill­ us
maroccanus-of Moroccomar-rok-kay-nus
martagon-from Italian word for turbanmar-tag-on
mas-malemass
masculatus-masculinemas-kew-lay-tus
masculus-male, masculinemass-kew-lus
matronalis-sedate (sometimes hoary)mat-roh-nay-liss
mauritianus-Is. of Mauritiusmaw-rit-ee-ay-nus
maxillaris-pertaining to jawmax-il-lay-riss
maximus-very largemax-im-us
mediterraneus-of the Mediterranean regionmed-it-er-ray-nee­us
medius-intermediatemee-dee-us
medullaris-pertaining to the center (also marrow or pith)med-ul-lay-riss
megacanthus-large-thornedmeg-ak-kanth-us
megalanthus-large-floweredmeg-al-lanth-us
megaphyllus-large­ leavedmeg-af-fill-us
megapotamicus-referring to (a) large rivermeg-ap-poh-tam­ik-us
megarrhizus-large-rootedmeg-ar-rye-zus
megaspermus-large-seededmeg-ass-sperm-us
megastachyus-large-spikedmeg-ass-stay-kee-us
megastigmus-with large stigmameg-ass-stig-mus
melananthus-black-flowered (or black-marked flowers)mel-an-nanth-us
melancholicus-hanging, droopingmel-an-kol-ik-us
melanocarpus-blacked-fruitedmel-an-oh-karp-us
melanocaulon-black-stemmedmel-an-oh-kaw-lon
melanococcus-black-berriedmel-an-oh-kaw-kus
melanoleucus-black-and-whitemel-an-oh-lew-kus
melanoxylon-black-woodedmel-an-oh-zye-lon
melantherus-black-antheredmel-lanth-er-us
meleagris-speckledmel-ee-ay-griss
melleus-pertaining to honeymell-ee-us
melliferus-honey-bearingmel-lif-er-us
meloformis-melon-shapedmel-oh-form-iss
membranceus-thin, somewhat translucent, membranousmem-bran-nay-see­us
meniscifolius-crescent-leavedmen-iss-sif-foh-lee-us
mesoleucus-mixed with whitemess-ol-lew-kus
metallicus-metallic (sheen)met-tal-ik-us
mexicanus-of or from Mexicomex-ik-kay-nus
micans-glittering, sparklingmye-kanz
micranthus-small-floweredmye-kranth-us
microcarpus-small-fruitedmye-kroh-karp-us
microcephalus-small-headedmye-kroh-seff-al-us
microdon-small-toothedmye-kroh-don
microglossus-small-tonguedmye-kroh-gloss-us
microlepis-small-scaledmye-krol-ep-iss
micromeris-with few or small partsmye-krom-er-iss
micropetalus-small-petaledmye-kroh-pet-al-us
microphyllus-small-leavedmye-kroh-fill-us
micropterus-small-wingedmye-krop-ter-us
microsepalus-small-sepaledmye-kroh-sep-al-us
microstemus-with small filaments or stemletsmye-kroh-steem-us
millefoliatus-thousand-leavedmil-ef-foh-lee-ay-tus
millefolius-many (thousand)-leavedmil-ef-foh-lee-us
minax-forbidding, repellentmye-nax
miniatus-Vermilionmin-ee-ay-tus
minimus-very smallmin-im-us
minor-rather smallmye-nor
minitissimus-very tiny, infinitesimalmye-new-tiss-im-us
minus-rather smallmye-nus
minutus-tiny, minutemye-new-tus
mirabilis-unusual, extraordinarymir-rab-il-iss
mitis-mild, tender (gentle)mye-tiss
mitratus-turbanedmye-tray-tus
mixtus-mixedmix-tus
modestus-shy, in­ conspicuousmod-dest-us
moldavicus-of Moldavia (Rumania)mol-dav-ik-us
molleoides-seemingly soft hairmol-lee-oy-deez
mollis-soft (soft-hairy)moll-iss
mollissimus-very soft-hairymol-liss-im-us
monacanthus-single-thornedmon-ak-kanth-us
monadelphus-in one group (as with stamens)mon-ad-delf-us
monandrus-with one stamenmon-nand-rus
mongolicus-of Mongoliamon-goll-ik-us
moniliferus-bearing a necklacemon-il-liff-er-us
monocephalus-single-headedmon-oh-sef-al-us
monogynus-with one pistilmon-noj-in-us
monoicus-monoeceus (male and female flowers separate but on same plant)mon-oh-eye-kus
monopetalus-one-petaledmon-oh-pet-al-us
monophyllus-one­leavedmon-oh-fill-us
monopteros-one­ wingedmon-opt-er-us
monosepalus-one-sepaledmon-oh-sep-al-us
monospermus-one-seededmoo-oh-sperm-us
monostachyus-one-spikedmon-oh-stak-ee-us
monstrosus-huge, abnormal or deformedmon-stroh-sus
montanus-of mountainous regionsmon-tay-nus
monticolus-native to mountainsmon-tik-ol-us
morifolius-Mulberry-leavedmoh-rif-foh-lee-us
mosaicus-with definite color patternmoh-zay-ik-us
moschatus-musky (odor)mos-kay-tus
mucosus-mucilaginous, slimymew-koh-sus
mucronatus-sharp-tipped (mucronate)mew-kron-nay-tus
mucronulatus-with a small pointmew-kron-yew-lay­ tus
multibracteatus-many-bractedmul-tib-rak-tee-ay­ tus
multicaulis-many-stemmedmul-tik-kaw-liss
multicavus-very concave or hollowed outmull-tik-kay-vus
multiceps-many leaved (branched)mull-tiss-seps
multicolor-many coloredmull-tik-kol-or
multifidus-much-divided (multifid)mull-tif-id-us
multiflorus-many­ floweredmull-tif-floh-rus
multifurcatus-much-forkedmull-tif-fur-kay-tus
moltijugus-yoked in many pairs (leaflets)mull-tij-yew-gus
multinervis-many-veinedmull-tin-nerv-iss
multiplex-multiplemull-tip-lex
multiradiatus-many-rayed (as with Daisy flower)mull-tihr-ray-dee-ay­ tus
multisectus-much cut (leaves)mull-tiss-sek-tus
multiscapoideus-many scapesmull-tiss-kap-poy­dee-us
mundulus-trim, neatmun-dew-lus
munitus-armed (as with thorns)mew-nye-tus
muralis-wall-growingmew-ray-liss
muricatus-rough with hard points (muricate)mew-rik-kay-tus
musaicus-banana­ likemew-zay-ik-us
muscosus-moss­ likemuss-koh-sus
mutabilis-changeable (color)mew-tab-il-iss
mutatus-changed, changeablemew-tay-tus
muticus-blunt, without pointsmew-tik-us
mutilates-malformedmew-til-lay-tus
myriacanthus-with a great many thorns or spinesmihr-ee-ak-kanth­us
myriocarpus-very many-fruitedmihr-ee-oh-karp-us
myriostygmus-with a great many stygmasmihr-ee-oh-stig­ mus
myrtifolius-Myrtle-leavedmer-tif-foh-lee-us
nankinensis-of Nankin (China)nan-kin-nen-siss
nanus-small, dwarfnay-nus
napellus-Turnip­ rootednap-pell-us
napiformis-Turnip-shapednap-if-form-iss
narbonensis-of Narbonne (So. France)nar-bon-nen-siss
natans-floatingnay-tanz
navicularis-f (like) a shipnav-ik-yew-lay-riss
neopolitanus-of Naplesnee-ap-ol-it-tay-nus
nebulosus-cloud­ like (of flower mass); obscure (of classification)neb-yew-loh-sus
neglectus-overlooked (of little value)neg-lek-tus
nemoralis-of grooves or woodsnem-or-ray-liss
nemorosus-of grooves (or shady places)nem-or-roh-sus
nepalensis-of Nepalnep-al-len-siss
neriifolius-Oleander (Nerium) -floweredneer-ee-if-foh-lee-us
nervosus-veinedner-voh-sus
nevadensis-of the Sierra Nevadas (Spain or No. America)nev-ad-den-siss
nidus-Latin for nestnye-dus
niger-blacknye-jer
nigratus-blackishnye-gray-tus
nigrescens-becoming blacknye-gress-senz
nigricans-blacknye-grik-anz
nigricornis-black-hornednye-grik-korn-iss
nigripes-black­ stalked or -footednye-grip-eez
nigrofructus-black-fruitednye-groh-frook-tus
niloticus-of the Nile (region)nye-lot-ik-us
nipponicus-of or from Japannip-pon-ik-us
nitidus-shiningnit-id-us
nivalis-ref. to snow (snowy white)niv-vay-liss
niveus-snow-whiteniv-ee-us
nivosus-snowy whiteniv-voh-sus
nobilior-rather noble, impressivenoh-bill-ee-or
nobilis-noble, outstandingnoh-bil-iss
nobilissimus-very notable or impressivenoh-bil-liss-im-us
nocturnus-night­ bloomingnok-turn-us
nodiflorus-flowers at nodesnod-if-fioh-rus
nodosus-with nodes or jointsnod-doh-sus
nodulosus-having nodules or small protuberances (tubercles)nod-yew-loh-sus
nonscriptus-undescribed (unclassified)non-skrip-tus
notatus-markednoh-tay-tus
novae-angliae-of or pertaining to New Englandnoh-vee-an-glih-ee
novae-caesareae-of or pertaining to New Jerseynoh-vee-see-zar­ ree-ee
novae-zealandiae-of or from New Zealandnoh-vee-zee-land-ih-ee
noveboracensis-of or pertaining to New Yorknoh-vee-bor-ass­sen-siss
novi-belgi-of New Yorknoh-vye-bell-jye
nubicolus-living among cloudsnew-bik-ol-us
nuciferus-nut-bearingnew-sif-er-us
nudatus-bare, strippednew-day-tus
nudicaulis-bare-stemmednew-dik-kaw-liss
nudiftorus-naked-flowerednew-dif-fioh-rus
nudus-bare, nakednew-dus
numismatus-coin-likenew-miss-may-tus
nummularius-coin-like (round and thin)num-mew-lay-ree­ us
nutans-noddingnew-tanz
nycticalus-night­ bloomingnik-tik-al-us
obconicus-inverted cone-shapedob-kon-ik-us
obcordatus-inverted heart-shaped (obcordate)ob-kor-day-tus
obesus-fat, largeob-bee-sus
obfuscatus-confused, indeterminateob-fus-kay-tus
oblatus-flattened at ends (oblate)ob-lay-tus
obliquus-lopsided, slantingob-lye-kwus
obliteratus-hidden, not apparentob-lit-er-ray-tus
oblongatus-oblongob-lon-gay-tus
oblongifolius-oblong-leavedob-lon-jif-foh-lee­ us
oblongus-oblongob-lon-gus
obovatus-invertedly ovate (obovate: broad part upward)ob-oh-vay-tus
obscurus-hidden (or partly)ob-skew-rus
obsoletus-rudimentary (of a part)ob-soh-lee-tus
obtusatus-blunt (obtuse)ob-tew-say-tus
obtusifolius-blunt-leavedob-tew-sif-foh-lee-us
obtusilobus-blunt-lobedob-tew-sil-loh-bus
obtusus-bluntly rounded (obtuse)ob-tew-sus
occidentalis-western, of the western worldok-sid-en-tay-Iiss
oceanicus-of the ocean or ocean regionsoh-see-an-ik-us
ocellatus-with eye­lets, small eyesos-el-lay-tus
ochroleucus-yellowish whiteok-roh-lew-kus
octandrus-eight-antheredok-tand-rus
octopetalus-eight­ petaledok-toh-pet-al-us
octophyllus-eight­leavedok-toh-fill-us
oculatus-with eyes or eye-like marksok-yew-lay-tus
oculiroseus-crimson-eyedok-yew-lye-roh-see-us
odontites-tooth (-like)od-on-tye-teez
odontochilus-with toothed lip or edgeod-on-tok-kye-lus
odoratissimus-very fragrantoh-dor-at-tiss-im-us
odoriferus-having fragranceoh-dor-rif-er-us
odoratus-odorous, scent or fragranceoh-dor-ray-tus
odorus-fragrantoh-doh-rus
officinalis-medicinal (or supposedly medicinal)off-iss-in-nay-liss
officinarum-pertaining to apothecary usesoff-iss-in-nay-rum
oleaefolius-Olive-leavedoh-lee-ee-foh-lee-us
oleiferus-oil-bearingoh-lee-iff-er-us
oleraceus-of the vegetable garden or the kitchenoh-ler-ray-see-us
oliganthus-few­floweredol-ig-ganth-us
oligocarpus-few­ fruitedol-ig-oh-karp-us
oligospermus-few-seededol-ig-oh-sperm-us
olitorius-pertaining to vegetable gardens or gardenersol-it-toh-ree-us
olivaceus-Olive­like or -coloredol-iv-vay-see-us
olivaeformis-Olive-shapedol-iv-ee-form-iss
olympicus-of (Mt.) Olympus (Greece)ol-limp-ik-us
opacus-pale (clouded, shaded)op-pay-kus
oppositiflorus-opposite-floweredop-pos-it-if-floh-rus
oppositifollus-opposite-leavedop-pos-it-if-foh-lee­ us
opuloides-Opulus-like: see opulusop-yew-loy-deez
opulus-old name for Poplar misapplied to a species of Viburnumop-yew-lus
orbicularis-roundor-bik-yew-lay-riss
orbiculatus-roundor-bik-yew-lay-tus
orchideus-Orchid-likeor-kid-ee-us
orchioides-Orchid­ likeor-kee-oy-deez
oreganos-of Oregonor-eg-gay-nus
orgyalis-about 6 ft. longor-jee-ay-liss
orientalis-of the Orient (eastern world)or-ee-en-tay-liss
origanifolius-with Marjoram-like leavesor-ig-an-if-foh-lee­us
origanoides-Marjoram-likeor-ig-an-noy-deez
ornatissimus-very showyor-nat-tiss-im-us
ornatus-showy, ornamentalor-nay-tus
ornithocephalus-like a bird's heador-nith-oh-sef-al­ us
ornithopodus-like a bird's footor-nith-opp-od-us
ornithorhynchns-beak-likeor-nith-or-rink­us
orthocarpus-straight fruited (see genus of same name)orth-oh-karp-us
orthochilus-straight-lippedorth-oh-kye-lus
orthopterus-straight-wingedorth-opp-ter-us
ovalifolius-oval-leavedoh-val-if-foh-lee-us
ovalis-ovaloh-vay-liss
ovatifolius-ovate-leavedoh-vat-if-foh-lee-us
ovatus-of egg shape or egg-shaped pattern, with broad end downward or inward (ovate)oh-vay-tus
oviferus-bearing ovules (unfertilized seed)oh-vif-er-us
ovigerus-ovule-bearingoh-vii-er-us
ovinus -pertaining to sheep, woolly, used as sheep fodderoh-vye-nus
oxyacanthus-sharp-thorned or -spinedox-ee-ak-kanth-us
oxygonus-sharp­ angledox-ig-goh-nus
oxyphyllus-sharp­ leavedox-if-fill-us
oxysepalus-with sharp sepalsox-iss-sep-al-us
LatinceTürkçe -düzenlenmektedir-İngilizceFonetik İng.
pabularis-suit­ able for fodderpab-yew-lay-riss
pachyanthus-thick-veinedpak-ee-anth-us
pachyneurus-thick-veinedpak-in-new-rus
pachypterus-thick­ wingedpak-kip-ter-us
pacificus-of the Pacific Ocean (regions)pas-sif-ik-us
palaestinus-of Palestinepal-ee-stye-nus
paleaceus-chaffypal-ee-ay-see-us
pallens-palepal-enz
pallescens-fading, becoming palepal-less-senz
palliatus-cloakedpal-lee-ay-tus
pallidiflorus-pale-floweredpal-lid-if-floh-rus
pallidifolius-pale-floweredpal-lid-if-foh-lee-us
pallidispinus-pale-spinedpal-lid-iss-spye-nus
pallidus-palepal-id-us
palliflavens-pale­yellowpal-lif-_flay-venz
palmatifidus-pal­mately cut (like fingers)pal-mat-tif-id-us
palmatus-divided or lobed (like hand and fingers: pal­mate)pal-may-tus
palmifolius-with handlike leavespal-mif-foh-lee-us
paludosus-marsh-lovingpal-yew-doh-sus
palustris-marsh-lov­ingpal-lust-riss
panduratus-fid­dle-shapedpan-dew-ray-tus
paniculatus-having a type of flower cluster classified as a paniclepan-ik-yew-lay-tus
paniculigerus-having paniclespan-ik-yew-lij-er-us
pannosus-ragged, tat­tered-lookingpan-noh-sus
papaveraceus-Poppy (Papaver) -likepap-av-er-ray-see­us
papilionaceus-with butterfly-like flowerspap-il-ee-on-nay-see­-us
papillosus-with tiny nipple-like protuberancespap-il-loh-sus
papyraceus-paperypap-ihr-ray-see-us
papyriferus-hav­ing paper-like part or partspap-ihr-rif-er-us
paradisiacus-of parks or gardens (type or use) par-ad-iss-sye-ak-us
paradoxus-strange, contrary to typepar-ad-dox-us
parasiticus-para­siticalpar-ass-sit-ik-us
pardalinus-leop­ard-spottedpar-dal-lye-nus
pardinus-leopard­ spottedpar-dye-nus
partitus-divided, sep­aratedpar-tye-tus
parviflorus-small­ floweredpar-vif-floh-rus
parvifolius-small-leavedpar-vif-foh-lee-us
parvissimus-very smallpar-viss-im-us
parvulus-very small or slightpar-vew-lus
parvus-smallpar-vus
patellaris-disk-like pat-el-lay-riss
patens-spreading pay-tenz
patulus-spreading pat-yew-lus
pauciflorus-scanty-floweredpaw-sif-floh-rus
paucifolius-scanty-leavedpaw-sif-foh-lee-us
pauperculus-poor, meagerpaw-perk-yew-lus
pavoninus-pea­cock-likepav-on-nye-nus
pectinaceus-comb-likepek-tin-nay-see-us
pectinatus-comb­-like (pectinate) pek-tin-nay-tus
pectiniferus-comb-bearingpek-tin-nif-er-us
pectoralis-with a breastbone-shaped partpek-tor-ray-liss
pedatus-footed, of significance for the foot or base; also with bird-like foot; also hand­ like (palmate)ped-day-tus
pedemontanus-of Piedmont (Italy)ped-em-on-tay-nus
peduncularis-with a stalk (peduncle)ped-unk-yew-lay­-riss
pedunculatus-stalked (pedunculate)ped-unk-yew-lay­-tus
pedunculosus-with many stalks or peduncles ped-unk-yew-loh­-sus
pekinensis-of Pekin (Peiping, China)pee-kin-nen-siss
pellucidus-with translucent tissues or spotspel-lew-sid-sus
peltatus-with leaf-stalk attached toward center of leaf (pel­tate) , not at edgepel-tay-tus
peltifolius-with peltate leavespel-tif-foh-lee-us
pelviformis-pel­vis-shapedpel-vif-form-iss
penduliflorus-pendulous-floweredpen-dew-lif-floh-rus
pendulinus-some­what droopingpen-dew-lye-nus
pendulus-drooping, hangingpen-dew-lus
penicillatus-like a little brush; very finely divided (pinnate)pen-iss-sil-lay-tus
pennatus-feathered, with feathery veins or lobes; also pinnatepen-nay-tus
penninervis-feather-veinedpen-nin-nerv-iss
pennsylvanicus-of Pennsylvaniapen-sil-van-ik-us
pentagonus-five­ angledpen-tag-goh-nus
pentagynus-with five pistilspen-taj-eye-nus
pentandrus-five-sta­menedpen-tand-rus
pentanthus-five-flow­eredpen-tanth-us
pentaphyllus-five­ leavedpen-taf-fill-us
perbellus-very beauti­ fulper-bell-us
peregrinus-for­eign (exotic•)per-eg-grye-nus
perennans-perennialper-ren-nanz
perennis-perennial (living more than 2 years)per-ren-niss
perfoliatus-with leaf surrounding stem (per­ foliate)per-foh-lee-ay-tus
perforatus-with holesper-for-ray-tus
pergracilis-very slenderper-grass-il-iss
permixtus-much con­fused (as to type, origin, etc) per-mix-tus
persicaefolius-see belowper-siss-ee-foh-lee­-us
persicifolius-Peach-leavedper-siss-if-foh-lee-us
persicus-of Persia (Iran) ; also pertaining to the Peachper-sik-us
perspicuus-clear, transparentper-spik-yew-us
pertusus-perforatedper-tew-sus
perulatus-pocket­ likeper-oo-lay-tus
peruvianus-of Peruper-oo-vee-ay-nus
petaloideus-pet­al-likepet-al-loy-dee-us
petiolaris-with a leaf-stalk (petiole)pet-ee-ol-lay-riss
petiolatus-with a leaf-stalk, petioledpet-ee-ol-lay-tus
petraeus-rock-inhabit­ingpet-ree-us
pbaeacanthus-dark-thornedfee-ak-kanth-us
philadelphicus-of Philadelphiafil-ad-delf-ik-us
philippinensis-of the Philippine Isfil-ip-in-nen-siss
phlogiflorus-flame­ floweredfloj-if-floh-rus
phoeniceus-purple­ redfee-niss-ee-us
phoenicolasius-purple-hairedfee-nik-ol-lay-see­-us
phyllomaniacus-abnormally leafyfil-om-an-nye-ak­-us
picturatus-variegated, painted on variegated leaves pik-tew-ray-tus
pictus-painted, variegated pik-tus
pileatus-with a cap pye-lee-ay-tus
piliferus-having soft hairspye-lif-er-us
pilosiusculus-somewhat shaggy or hairypye-loh-see-usk-yew­-lus
pilosos-hair, softly shaggy (pilose) pye-loh-sus
pilularis-globular, with globulespil-yew-lay-riss
pululiferus-hav­ing globulespul-yew-lif-er-us
pineus-of or pertain­ing to Pinespye-nee-us
pinifolius-Pine­ leavedpye-nif-foh-lee-us
pinnatifidus-leaves cut or divided (pinnatifid) but not separate about a common axis (pinnate) or compound (leaves in groups)pin-nat-tiff-id-us
pinnatifrons-with finely divided fronds or foliagepin-nat-if-fronz
pionatinervis-with finely divided veinspin-nat-in-nerv-iss
pinnatus-with leaflets on the sides of the main leaf axis (pinnate)pin-nay-tus
pisiferus-bearing Pea-like seed or fruitpye-siff-er-us
pisocarpus-Pea­ fruitedpye-soh-karp-us
placatus-quiet, se­reneplak-kay-tus
planlftorus-flat­floweredplan-if-floh-rus
planifolius-flat­leavedplan-if-foh-lee-us
plantaginaus-Plantain-likeplan-taj-inn-ee-us
planus-flatplay-nus
platanoides-like the Plane-tree (Platanus)plat-an-noy-deez
platanthus-broad­floweredplat-tanth-us
platycanthus-broad-thornedplat-ik-kanth-us
platycarpus-broad-fruitedplat-ik-karp-us
platycentrus-broad-centeredplat-iss-sent-rus
platyceras-having broadhornsplat-iss-see-rass
platycladus-broad-branchedplat-ik-klay-dus
platyglossus-broad-tonguedplat-ig-gloss-us
platypetalus-broad-petaledplat-ip-pet-al-us
platyphyllus-broad­ leavedplat-if-fill-us
pleioneurus-many-veinedplye-oh-new-rus
pleniflorus-with double or many-petaled flowersplen-if-floh-rus
plenissimus-very double or fullplen-niss-im-us
plenus-full or double (denoting many petaled flowers)pleen-us
plicatus-plaited or folded lengthwise (plicate)plye-kay-tus
plumarius-plumedplew-may-ree-us
plumatus-plumedplew-may-tus
plumosus-featheryplew-moh-sus
pluriflorus-many-floweredplewrif-floh-rus
poculiformis-deep-cup-shapedpok-yew-lif-form-iss
podocarpus-with stalked fruitpod-oh-karp-us
poeticus-specific name usually recalling Poet's Nar­cissus (N poeticus)poh-et-ik-us
polifolius-whit­ ish-leaved (of irrelevant origin)pol-if-foh-lee-us
politus-shining, pol­ishedpol-lye-tus
polyacanthus-many-thornedpol-ee-ak-kanth-us
polyandrus-with many stamenspol-ee-and-rus
polyanthus-many­-floweredpol-ee-anth-us
polycephalus-many-headedpol-iss-sef-al-us
polydactylus-many-fingeredpol-id-dak-til-us
polygamus-having perfect (with both male and female parts) and imperfect (one-sexed) flowers on the same plantpol-lig-am-us
polylophus-much­-crested or -tuftedpol-il-loh-fus
polymorphus-variable, of many formspol-im-morf-us
polypetalus-many­-petaledpol-ip-pet-al-us
polyphyllus-many­-seededpol-if-fill-us
polyspermus-many-seededpol-iss-sperm-us
polystachyus-many-spikedpol-iss-stak-ee-us
polystictus-many­-dottedpol-iss-stik-tus
pomaceus-resem­bling Apples or Pearspoh-may-see-us
pomeridianus-afternoon (blooming)pom-er-id-ee-ay­-nus
ponderosus-heavy, massivepon-der-roh-sus
ponticus-of Pontus (Asia Minor)pont-ik-us
populifolius-leaves like Poplar (Populus) pop-yew-lif-foh-lee­us
populneus-pertain­ing to the Poplar, Poplar-likepop-ull-nee-us
portoricensis-of Porto Ricopor-toh-riss-sen-siss
praealtus-very tallpree-al-tus
portulaceus-thick-leaved (after genus Portu­laca)por-tew-lay-see-us
praecox-very earlypree-cox
praestans-distin­guished, outstandingpreess-tanz
praetextus-borderedpree-text-us
prasinatus-green­ishprass-in-nay-tus
prasinus-grass-greenprass-sye-nus
pratensis-of the meadowsprat-ten-siss
pravissimus-very crookedprav-viss-im-us
primulinus-Primrose-likeprim-yew-lye-nus
primuloides-Primrose-likeprim-yew-loy-deez
princeps-of first qualityprin-seps
prismaticus-prism­-shaped (parts)pris-mat-ik-us
proboscideus-nose-shapedproh-bos-sid-ee-us
procerus-tallproh-see-rus
procumbens-trailing (procumbent) but not root­ingproh-kumm-benz
procurrens-ex­tended (parts)proh-kur-renz
productus-length­ened (parts)proh-dukk-tus
profusus-profuse (flowering)proh-few-sus
proliferus-produc­ing offshoots; having abnormally numerous partsproh-lif-er-us
prolificus-flowering or fruiting abundantly, prolific proh-lif-ik-us
propendens-hang­ing downproh-pen-denz
propinquus-closely relatedproh-pin-kwus
prostratus-lying flatpross-tray-tus
protrusus-protrud­ing (parts)proh-trew-sus
provincialis-provincial; of Provence (So France)prov-in-see-ay-liss
pruinatus-with a whitish bloom (pruinose)prew-in-nay-tus
pruinosus-with whitish bloom (of fruit)prew-in-noh-sus
prunifolius-Plum- or Cherry-leavedprew-nif-foh-lee-us
pruritus-causing itch­ingprew-rit-us
pseud-when prefixed to (usually) generic name and used as a specific name, indicates a lack of trueness to type or classification despite implied similaritysood-,pseuda-,pseudo-
psycodes-fragrantsye-koh-deez
ptarmicus-sneeze­-producingtar-mik-us
pteranthus-wing­-floweredter-ranth-us
pubens-downypew-benz
puberulus-somewhat hairypew-behr-yew-lus
pubescens-downy (pubescent)pew-bess-senz
pudicus-bashful, retir­ingpew-dik-us
pugioniformis-dagger-shapedpew-jee-on-if-form­-iss
pulchellus-prettypull-kell-us
pulcher-handsomepull-ker
pulcherrimus-very handsome, beautifulpull-kehr-im-us
pullus-dusky, almost blackpull-us
pulverulentus-dusty, powderypull-ver-oo-lent-us
pulvinatus-cush­ion-likepull-vin-nay-tus
pumilus-small, dwarfpew-mil-us
punctatissimus-much-spottedpunk-tat-tiss-im-us·
punctatus-with spots or dots, as on leaves or petals (punctate)punk-tay-tus
punctilobulus-with dotted or spotted lobespunk-til-loh-bew­-lus
pungens-sharp-pointed; pungentpun-jenz
puniceus-red-pur­plepew-niss-ee-us
purpuraceus-purplepur-pew-ray-see-us
purpurascens-purplishpur-pew-rass-senz
purpuratos-purplepur-pew-ray-tus
purpureus-purplepur-pew-ree-us
pusillus-very dwarf; insignificantpew-sill-us
pycnacanthus-densely spinedpik-nak-kanth-us
pycnanthus-densely floweringpik-nanth-us
pycnocarpon-densely fruitingpik-noh-karp-on
pycnostachyus-densely spikedpik-noh-stak-ee-us
pygmaeus-very smallpig-mee-us
pyramidalis-of pyramidal formpihr-am-id-day-liss
pyrenaicus-of the Pyreneespye-ren-nay-ik-us
pyrifolius-with Pear (Pyrus)-like leavespye-rif-foh-lee-us
pyriformis-Pear­-shapedpye-rif-form-iss
quadrangularis-four-angledkwad-ran-gew-lay­-riss
quadrangulatus-four-angledkwad-ran-gew-lay­-tus
quadratus-in quad­ruplicate, in fours, four-sided (squared)kwad-ray-tus
quadricolor-of four colorskwad-rik-kol-or
quadridentatus-four-toothedkwad-rid-en-tay­tus
quadrifidus-divided into four segmentskwad-rif-id-us
quadrifolius-four-leavedkwad-rif-foh-lee-us
quadripartitus-four-partedkwad-rip-art-tye­-tus
quercifolius-with leaves like an Oak (Quercus)kwer-sif-foh-lee-us
quercinus-relating to the Oakkwer-sye-nus
quinatus-five-fold (parts), in fiveskwin-nay-tus
quinquecolor-five-coloredkwin-kwek-kol-or
quinqueflorus-five-floweredkwin-kwef-floh-rus
quinquefolius-five-leavedkwin-kwef-foh-lee­us
quinquelocularis-with five cells or com­ partments (locules)kwin-kwel-lok­yew-lay-riss
quinquenervis-five-veinedkwin-kwen-nerviss
quinquepunctatus-five-spottedkwin-kwep-unk­-tay-tus
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racemiflorus-with flowers borne in racemes (types of elongated flower clus­ters)ras-em-if-floh-rus
racemosus-with flowers in a type of elongated clus­ter (racemose) as compared to panicles, spikes, umbels, etcras-em-moh-sus
radiatus-with petals in rays, radiate (as with Daisies)ray-dee-ay-tus
radicans-rooting (along stem)rad-ik-anz
radicatus-rooted (strongly)rad-ik-kay-tus
radicosus-many rootedrad-ik-koh-sus
radicum-referring to rootsrad-ik-um
radiosus-with many raysray-dee-oh-sus
ramentosus-with a hairy coveringram-en-tay-see-us
ramiflorus-with branching inflorescence (flowering parts)ram-if-floh-rus
ramosissimus-much branchedram-oh-siss-im-us
ramosus-branchedram-moh-sus
rapaceus-Turnip­-likerap-pay-see-us
raponculoides-with bell-like flowersrap-unk-yew-loy­deez
rariflorus-loose- or scanty-floweredrayr-if-floh-rus
rarus-uncommon rayr-us
raucus-raw (looking) raw-kus
reclioatos-bent backwardrek-lin-nay-tus
rectus-straight, uprightrek-tus
recurvatus-curved back (recurved)rek-kur-vay-tus
recurvifolius-backcurving leavesrek-kur-vif-foh-lee­-us
recurvus-curved backrek-kurv-us
redivivus-literally, restored to lifered-iv-vye-vus
reduplicatus-redoubled (of multiple flowers or parts)red-dew-plik-kay-tus
reflexus-bent back (re­flex)ref-flex-us
refractus-brokenref-frak-tus
refulgens-shining brightlyref-fulj-enz
regalis-majestic, regalreg-gay-liss
reginae-referring to a queen (royal)rej-jye-nee
reginus-kingly (royal), regalree-jin-nus
religiosus-vener­able; also referring to religious uses, sacredrel-lij-ee-oh-sus
remotus-with widely separated partsrem-moh-tus
reniformis-kidney­-shaped (reniform)ren-if-form-iss
repandens-wavy-marginedrep-pan-denz
repens-creepingree-penz
reptans-creepingrepp-tanz
resectus-cut-off (or seemingly so)ress-sekk-tus
resiniferus-pro­ducing resinrez-in-niff-er-us
resinosus-having resin (resinous)rez-in-noh-sus
reticulatus-netted, net-veined (reticulate) ret-ik-yew-lay-tus
retortus-twisted back ret-tort-us
retroflexus-bent backwardret-roh-flex-us
retusus-notched (at apex)ret-tew-sus
reversus-reversedrev-verss-us
revolutus-rolled back (revolute)rev-ol-lew-tus
rex-the King
rbamnifolius-with leaves like the Buckthorn (Rhamnus)ram-nif-foh-lee-us
rhizophyllus-root-leaved (stemless)rye-zoh-fill-us
rbamnoides-Buck-thorn-likeram-noy-deez
rhodanthus-Rose-floweredroh-danth-us
rhodochilus-Rose-lippedroh-dok-kye-lus
rhodocinctus-red-girdledroh-doh-sink-tus
rhodoneurus-red-veinedroh-doh-new-rus
rhombifolius-with rhomboid leavesrom-bif-foh-lee-us
rbomboideus-rhomboidal (quadrilateral with only opposite sides and angles equal)rom-boy-dee-us
ricinifolius-with leaves like Castor-oil plant Ricinusriss-in-if-foh-lee-us
rigens-stiff, rigidrye-jenz
rigidulus-somewhat stiffrij-jid-yew-lus
rigidus-stiffrij-id-us
ringens-gaping (ringent)rin-jenz
riparius-of river banksrip-pay-ree-us
rivalis-of brooksriv-vay-liss
rivularis-growing by brooksriv-yew-lay-riss
robustus-sturdy, stoutroh-bust-us
rosaceus-Rose-likeroh-zay-see-us
robustispinus-stout-spinedroh-bus-tiss-spye-nus
rosaeflorus-Rose-floweredroh-zee-floh-rus
roseus-rosy (color)roh-zee-us
rostratus-beaked (rostrate) ross-tray-tus
rosularis-in rosettesroh-zew-lay-riss
rotatus-disc-like flower limb or corolla (rotate)roh-tay-tus
rotundifolius-round leavedroh-tun-dif-foh-lee-us
rotundus-roundroh-tund-us
rubellus-reddish roo-bell-us
rubens-red or ruddy roo-benz
ruber-redroo-ber
ruberrimus-very redroo-behr-im-us
rubescens-reddish, becoming redroo-bess-senz
rubicundus-red, ruddyroo-bik-kund-us
rubiginosus-rusty (color) roo-bij-in-noh-sus
rubricaulis-red-stemmedroo-brik-kaw-liss
rubrifolius-red-leavedroo-brif-foh-lee-us
rubrofructus-red-fruitedroo-broh-frook-tus
rubronervis-red-veinedroo-broh-nerv-iss
rubrus-redroob-rus
rudis-wild, not cultivated roo-diss
rufescens-reddish roo-fess-senz
rufinervis-reddish-veinedroo-fin-nerv-iss
rufus-reddish, redroof-us
rugosus-wrinkled (rugose)roo-goh-sus
runcinatus-back-wardly-toothedrun-sin-nay-tus
rupestris-rock-growingroo-pest-riss
rupicolus-growing on cliffs or ledgesroo-pikk-ol-us
rusticanus-per­taining to the countryrust-ik-kay-nus
rusticus-belonging to the countryrust-ik-us
ruthennicus-Rus­sian (Ruthenian)rooth-enn-ik-us
rutilans-red, redden­ingroot-il-anz
saccatus-bag-like (saccate)sak-kay-tus
saccharatus-sug­ary (containing sugar) sak-ar-ray-tus
sacchariferus-sugar-bearingsak-ar-riff-er-us
saccharinus-sugarysak-ar-rye-nus
saccharum-sugar sak-ar-um
sagittalis-arrow-like saj-it-tay-lis
saggittatus-arrow-like (sagittate) saj-it-tay-tus
sagittifolius-ar­row-leavedsaj-it-if-foh-lee-us
salicarius-like the Willow (Salix)sal-ik-kay-ree-us
salicifolius-Willow-leavedsal-iss-if-foh-lee-us
salicinus-Willow­ likesal-liss-in-us
salinus-saltysal-lye-nus
sambucinus-like the Elder (Sambucus)sam-bew-sye-nus
sanctus-holy (of sacred tradition)sank-tus
sandwicensis-of the Sandwich or Hawaiian Islands sand-wis-sen-siss
sanguinalis-blood-redsan-gwin-nay-liss
sanguineus-blood­-redsan-gwin-ee-us
sapidus-savorysap-id-us
sapientus-pertaining to the wisesap-ee-ent-us
saponaceus-soapysap-on-nay-see-us
sarcodes-fleshy, flesh-likesar-koh-deez
sarmentosus-hav­ing runnerssar-men-toh-sus
sarniensis-of the Islands of Guernseysar-nee-en-siss
sativus-cultivatedsat-tye-vus
saurocephalus-lizard-headedsaw-roh-sef-al-us
saxatilis-growing among rockssak-sat-il-iss
saxicolus-growing among rockssak-sik-ol-us
saxosus-pertaining to rockssak-soh-sus
scaber-rough (scab­rous)skay-ber
scabrellus-some­what roughskay-brell-us
scaberrimus-very roughskay-behr-im-us
scandens-climbing (scandent)skand-enz
scaposus-with (dis­tinctive) scapesskay-poh-sus
scariosus-with leaf-like bracts or partsskay-ree-oh-sus
sceptrum-scepter (-like)sept-rum
schistosus-readily dividedshiss-toh-sus
schizopetalus-cut-petaledskye-zoh-pet-al-us
schizophyllus-cut­ leavedskye-zoh-fill-us
schoenanthus-reed­ floweredskee-nanth-us
schoenoprasus-reed-likeskee-noh-pray-sus
scholaris-pertaining to a schoolskol-lay-riss
scilloides-Squill (Scilla)-likesil-loy-deez
sclerocarpus-hard-fruitedsklehr-oh-karp-us
sclerophyllus-hard-leavedsklehr-oh-fill-us
scoparius-Broom­-likeskop-pay-ree-us
scopulorum-of rocky placesskop-yew-loh-rum
scoticus-of Scotlandskot-ik-us
sculptus-cut, carvedskulp-tus
scutellaris-dish-shapedskew-tel-lay-riss
scutum-(like a) shieldskew-tum
sebiferus-tallow-bear­ingseb-bif-er-us
sebosus-full of tal­low or greaseseb-boh-sus
secundus-side-flow­ering (secund)sek-kund-us
secundiflorus-with one-sided flower clustersek-kun-dif-floh-rus
securigerus-with axe-like partssek-yew-rij-er-us
segetus-of cornfieldssej-eet-us
semialatus-semi­ or somewhat singedsem-ee-al-lay-tus
semicaudatus-partially tailedsem-ik-kaw-day-tus
semicylindricus-somewhat cylindricalsem-iss-sil-lind-rik-us
semipinnatus-partly or imperfectly pinnatesem-ip-pin-nay-tus
semperaurescens-ever-goldensem-per-aw-ress­-senz
semperflorens-ever-bloomingsem-per-floh-renz
sempervirens-ever-greensem-per-vye-rens
senilis-old, hoarysen-il-iss
sensibilis-sensitive sen-sib-il-iss
sensitivus-sensitive sen-sit-tye-vus
sepium-of hedgesseep-ee-um
septangularis-seven-angledsep-tan-gew-lay-riss
septemfidus-seven-partedsep-tem-fye-dus
septemlobus-seven-lobedsep-tem-loh-bus
septempunctatus-seven-spottedsep-tem-punk­-tay-tus
septentrionalis-of the northsep-tent-ree-on­nay-liss
septiceps-seven-headedsep-tiss-seps
sepultus-buried sep-pull-tus
sericeus-silky ser-riss-ee-us
sericoferus-having silk, silkyser-ik-koh-fer-us
serotinus-late-flow­ering or -fruitingser-rot-in-us
serpens-creepingser-penz
serpentinus-loop­ing, waving; snake-likeser-pen-tye-nus
serratifolius-tooth-leavedser-at-if-foh-lee-us
serratus-saw-toothed (serrate)ser-ray-tus
serrulatus-some­what toothedser-rew-lay-tus
sesquipedalis-one and a half foot lengths (roughly 18 inches)ses-kwip-ed-day-liss
sessiflorus-stalk­less-floweredsess-if-floh-rus
sessifolius-stalk­less-leavedsess-if-foh-lee-us
sessilifolius-stalkless-leavedsess-il-if-foh-lee-us
sessilis-stalkless ses­silesess-il-iss
setaceus-bristle­ like (setaceous)set-tay-see-us
setigerus-bristlyset-tij-er-us
setispinus-bristly spinedset-iss-spye-nus
setosus-bristlyset-toh-sus
setulosus-with many small bristles (setose) set-tew-loh-sus
sexangularis-six-angledsex-an-gew-lay-riss
sibiricus-of Siberiasye-bihr-ik-us
siculus-with or like a little daggersik-yew-lus
signatus-marked, nota­blesig-nay-tus
siliceus-growing in sandy placessil-liss-ee-us
silvaticus-of the woodssil-vat-ik-us
silvestris-pertaining to woodssil-vest-riss
simplex-unbranchedsim-plex
simplicicaulis-with unbranched stemssim-pliss-ik-kaw­-liss
simplicifolius-with simple (single, not com­ pound) leavessim-pliss-if-foh-lee­-us
simulans-similar (type)sim-yew-lanz
sinensis-of China sin-nen-siss
sinicus-Chinese sin-ik-us
sinuatus-wavy-margined (sinuate)sin-yew-ay-tus
sinuosus-wavy edged (sinuate)sin-yew-oh-sus
sitchensis-of Sitka (Alaska)sit-chen-siss
soboliferus-bear­ing creeping rooting stems or shootssob-ol-lif-er-us
socialis-compan­ionablesoh-see-ay-liss
solaninus-Potato­ likesol-on-nye-nus
solaris-of the sunsoh-lay-riss
solidus-solid (not hol­low)sol-id-us
somniferus-sleep inducingsom-nif-er-us
sorbifolius-with Ash (Sorbus)-like leavessorb-if-foh-lee-us
sordidus-foul (appear­ance, odor)sord-id-us
spadiceus-with a spadixspay-diss-ee-us
sparsiflorus-few-leavedspar-sif-foh-lee-us
sparsus-scanty, few (parts)spar-sus
sparteus-pertaining to Broomspart-ee-us
spathaceus-with a spathespath-ay-see-us
spathulatus-spoon-shaped (spatulate)spath-yew-lay-tus
speciosissimus-very showyspee-see-oh-siss-im­-us
speciosus-showy, handsomespee-see-oh-sus
spectabilis-excep­tionally showyspek-tab-il-iss
sphacelatus-with­eredsfass-el-lay-tus
spbaericus-sphericalsfeer-ik-us
spbaerocarpus-round-fruitedsfeer-ok-karp-us
sphaerocephalus-round-headedsfeer-oh-sef-al­us
sphaeroideus-sphere-likesfeer-royd-ee-us
sphaerostachyus-round-spikedsfeer-oh-stak-ee­-us
spicatus-spiked; or with flower spikes, raceme-like clusters of stalkless flowers (spi­cate) ; spike-likespye-kay-tus
spicigerus-having spikesspye-sij-er-us
spiculifolius-sharp pointed-leavedspik-yew-lif-foh-lee­-us
spinosissimus-very spinyspye-noh-siss-im-us
spinifex-spiny, pricklyspin-if-fex
spinosus-with many spinesspye-noh-sus
spinuliferus-having small spinesspin-yew-lif-er-us
spinulosus-small­ or soft-spinedspin-yew-loh-sus
spiralis-spiral (ar­rangement) spye-ray-liss
spirellus-(parts in) small spiralsspye-rell-us
splendens-showysplen-denz
splendidissimus-most showysplen-did-diss-im­-us
splendidus-hand­some, showysplend-id-us
spumarius-frothy, with frothspew-may-ree-us
spurius-FALSEspew-ree-us
squalens-daubed, filthy-lookingskway-lenz
squalidus-filthy-looking or smellingskwal-id-us
squamatus-with scale-like leaves or bracts (squa­mate)skwam-may-tus
squamigerus-scalyskwam-mij-er-us
squamosus-with many scalesskwam-moh-sus
squarrosus-with spread or recurved partsskwar-roh-sus
stamineus-with prominent stamensstam-min-ee-us
stans-upright, erectstanz
stellaris-starry, star­-likestel-lay-riss
stellatus-star-like (stellate)stel-lay-tus
stellulatus-some­what star-likestel-yew-lay-tus
stenocephalus-narrow-headedsten-oh-sef-al-us
stenogynus-with narrow stigmasten-noj-in-us
stenopetalus-narrow-petaledsten-oh-pet-al-us
stenophyllus-nar­row-leavedsten-oh-fill-us
stenopterus-nar­row-wingedsten-nop-ter-us
sterilis-infertile (ster­ile)stehr-il-iss
stigmaticus-refer­ring to markings; also stigmasstig-mat-ik-us
stigmosus-much marked; also refers to stigmasstig-moh-sus
stipulaceus-with stipules (small organs at leaf bases)stip-yew-lay-see-us
stipularis-with small organs (stipules) at leaf basesstip-yew-lay-riss
stipulatus-with stipules at leaf bases, often prom­inentstip-yew-lay-tus
stoloniferus-producing runners that take root (stolons)stoh-lon-nif-er-us
stramineus-straw­ coloredstram-min-ee-us
strangulatus-constrictedstran-gew-lay-tus
streptocarpus-twisted-fruitedstrep-toh-karp-us
streptopetalus-twisted petaledstrep-toh-pet-al-us
streptophyllus-twisted-leavedstrep-toh-fill-us
streptosepalus-twisted-sepaledstrep-toh-sep-al-us
striatulus-faintly stripedstrye-at-yew-lus
striatus-striped (stri­ated)strye-ay-tus
strictiflorus-erect­ floweredstrik-tif-floh-rus
strictus-upright, erectstrikt-us
strigillosus-with sharp hairsstrye-jil-loh-sus
strigosus-covered with sharp, flat-pressed hairs (stri­gose)strye-goh-sus
striolatus-some­what stripedstrye-ol-lay-tus
strobiliferus-bearing small cones (strobiles) stroh-bil-lif-er-us
strobus-specific name of White Pinestroh-bus
strumarius-re­ferring to tumors or ulcersstrew-may-ree-us
strumatus-with tumors (or swellings) strew-may-tus
strumosus-with tumor-like swellingsstrew-moh-sus
stylosus-with prom­inent styles (the connection be­ tween flower stigma and ovary)stye-loh-sus
styracifluus-flowing with gum (storax)stye-rass-sif-lew-us
suaveolens-pleas­ant (fragrance)swav-vee-ol-enz
suavis-pleasant, sweetsway-viss
suavissimus-very sweet (fragrance) swav-viss-im-us
subacaulis-nearly stemlesssub-ak-kaw-liss
subalpinus-nearly a true alpinesub-al-pye-nus
subauriculatus-inconspicuously earedsub-aw-rik-yew-lay­tus
subcarnosus-somewhat fleshysub-kar-noh-sus
subcordatus-near­ly heart-shapedsub-kor-day-tus
subdivaricatus-slighty divergentsub-div-ar-ik-kay­tus
subedentatus-nearly toothlesssub-ee-den-tay-tus
suberectus-nearly straight; rather erectsub-ee-rek-tus
suberosus-cork­-barked, corkysoo-ber-roh-sus
subfalcatus-some­ what sickle-shapedsub-fal-kay-tus
subglaucus-some­what downy; bluishsub-glaw-kus
subhirtellus-some­what hairysub-her-tell-us
sublunatus-some­what crescent-shapedsub-lew-nay-tus
submersus-(growing) under watersub-mer-sus
subperennis-al­most perennialsub-per-renn-iss
subpetiolatus-partially with petioles (leaf stalks)sub-pet-ee-ol-lay-tus
subsessilis-nearly stalklesssub-sess-il-iss
sobsinuatus-somewhat wavey-marginedsub-sin-yew-ay-tus
subterraneus-undergroundsub-ter-ray-nee-us
subtomentosus-almost covered with hairs sub-toh-men-toh­-sus
subulatus-awl­-shapedsub-yew-lay-tus
subvolubilis-rather twiningsub-vol-lew-bil-iss
succulentus-fleshy, succulentsuk-kew-lent-us
suecicus-of Swedenswess-ik-us
suffrutescens-becoming shrubby, shrub-likesuf-frew-tess-senz
suffruticosus-rather shrubbysuf-frew-tik-koh-sus
sulcatus-furrowed sul-kay-tus
sulphureus-yellow sul-few-ree-us
sumatranus-of Sumatrasoo-mat-tray-nus
superbus-very showysoo-perb-us
superciliaris-eyebrow-likesoo-per-sil-ee-ay-riss
surculosus-pro­ducing suckerssur-kew-loh-sus
surinamensis-of Surinam (Dutch Guiana)sur-in-am-men-siss
suspensus-hanging suspendedsus-pen-sus
sylvaticus-of the for­ estssil-vat-ik-us
sylvestris-of woods and forestssil-vess-triss
sylvicolus-growing in woodssil-vik-ol-us
syphillticus-presumably once supposed to be a rem­edy for syphilissif-il-lit-ik-us
syriacus-of Syriasihr-rye-ak-us
syringanthus-Li­lac (Syringa)-floweredsihr-in-ganth-us
systylus-with joined stylessiss-stye-lus
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tabularis-flat­tened (parts)tab-yew-lay-riss
tabuliformis-table-liketab-yew-lif-form-iss
taedigerus-torch-bearing or resin-bearingtee-dij-er-us
taitensis-from Tahititye-ten-siss
tamariscifolios-Tamarisk-leavedtam-ar-iss-sif-foh­-lee-us
taraxicifollus-with leaves like the Dandelion (Taraxicum)tar-ax-iss-sif-foh-lee­-us
tardiflorus-late floweringtar-dif-floh-rus
tardivus-latetar-dye-vus
tataricus-from old Tartary (Central Asia)tat-tar-ik-us
taureus-referring to a bull or oxtaw-ree-us
taurinus-bull-liketaw-rye-nus
taxifolius-Yew (Taxus)-leavedtax-if-foh-lee-us
technicus-specializedtek-nik-us
tectorus-pertaining to a roof (house)tek-tohr-us
tectus-concealedtek-tus
temulentus-un­steady (drunken)tem-yew-lent-us
tenacissimus-very strong or tenaciousten-ass-siss-im-us
tenax-strong or tenaciousten-ax
tenebrosus-of dark or shady placesten-eb-roh-sus
tenellus-slender or ten­der or softten-nell-us
tentaculatus-with short or projecting partsten-tak-yew-lay-tus
tenuicaulis-slender-stemmedten-yew-ik-kaw-liss
tenuiflorus-slender-floweredten-yew-if-floh-rus
tenuifolius-slender-leavedten-yew-if-foh-lee-us
tenuilobus-slender-lobedten-yew-il-loh-bus
tenuior-rather slenderten-yew-ee-or
tenuis-slender or thinten-yew-iss
tenuissimus-very slender or thinten-yew-iss-im-us
teres-circular in cross section or cylindrical (terete)teer-eez
teretifolius-with leaves round or roundish in cross-sectionter-et-if-foh-lee-us
terminalis-ter­minal (at end of stem or as with flowers or or branch)ter-min-nay-liss
ternatus-in threes (ter­nate)ter-nay-tus
ternifolius-with leaves in threester-nif-foh-lee-us
terrestris-of the earthter-rest-riss
tessellatus-in a pat­tern of squares (tessellate)tess-el-lay-tus
testaceus-light brown or brick-toned; also (testa­ceous) having a prominent outer seed coattess-tay-see-us
testiculatus-with testicle-like partstess-tik-yew-lay-tus
testudinarius-tortoise- or tortoise shell-like tess-tew-din-nay-ree­-us
tetracanthus-quadruple-thornedtet-rak-kanth-us
tetragonus-four­ angledtet-rag-on-us
tetrandrus-four-an­theredtet-rand-rus
tetranthus-four-flow­eredtet-ranth-us
tetraphyllus-four­-leavedtet-raf-fill-us
tetrapterus-four­-wingedtet-rap-ter-us
tetraquetrus-four-corneredtet-rak-kwet-rus
tetragonolobus-with a four-angled podtet-rag-on-noh-lob-us
texanus-from Texas tex-aynus
textilis-used in weaving tex-til-iss
theiferus-tea-bearing or Tea-liketee-iff-er-us
thermalis-of warm placestherm-may-liss
thibeticus-from or of Tibettib-bet-ik-us
thuyoides-Arbor­vitae (Thuja)-likethew-yoy-deez
thyrsiflorus-with flowers borne in a thyrse (a form of dense flower cluster)thir-sif-floh-rus
thyrsoides-like a thyrse (form of dense flower cluster)thir-soy-deez
tibeticus-from Tibettib-bet-ik-us
tigrinus-tiger-striped or -coloredtig-rye-nus
tinctorius-notably colored (suggesting dyes)tink-toh-ree-us
tinctus-notably colored or colorfultink-tus
tipuliformis-shaped like a daddy-long-legstip-yew-lif-form-iss
tomentosus-dense­ ly covered with matted hairstoh-men-toh-sus
torosus-unevenly cylindrical (torose)tor-roh-sus
tortilis-twistedtort-il-iss
tortuosus-twisting or zigzag (tortuose)tor-tew-oh-sus
tortus-twistedtort-us
torulosus-some­what twistedtor-oo-loh-sus
toxicarius-poi­sonoustox-ik-kay-ree-us
toxicus-poisonoustox-ik-us
toxiferus-poison-pro­ducingtox-iff-er-us
trachypleurus-rough-ribbed or -veinedtrak-ip-ploor-us
transparens-trans­parenttrans-pay-renz
trapeziformis-with four unequal sidestrap-ee-zif-form-iss
trapezioides-trapezoid-like (with four unequal sides)trap-ee-zee-oy-deez
tremuloides-resembling the Quaking Aspentrem-yew-loy-deez
tremulus-quivering or tremblingtrem-yew-lus
triacanthophorus-bearing three spines trye-ak-anth-off­-or-us
triacanthos-three­-spinedtrye-ak-kanth-us
triandrus-three-an­theredtrye-and-rus
triangularis-three-angledtrye-an-gew-lay-riss
triangulatus-three-angledtrye-an-gew-lay-tus
triangulus-three­-angledtrye-ann-gew-lus
tricaudatus-three-tailedtrye-kaw-day-tus
trichocalyx-with a hairy calyxtrik-oh-kay-lix
trichocarpus-hairy­ fruitedtrik-oh-karp-us
trichophyllus-hairy­ leavedtrik-oh-fill-us
trichosanthus-hairy-floweredtrik-oh-santh-us
trichospermus-hairy-seededtrik-oh-sperm-us
trichotomus-three­ branched or -forkedtrye-kot-om-us
tricolor-three-coloredtrye-kol-or
trlcornis-three­ hornedtrye-korn-iss
tricostatus-three­ ribbedtrye-kos-tay-tus
tricuspidatus-with three stiff or sharp points (cusps)trye-kusp-id-day-tus
tridactylus-three­ fingeredtrye-dak-til-us
tridens-with three teethtrye-denz
tridentatus-three­ toothedtrye-den-tay-tus
trifidus-three-parted or thrice-cuttriff-id-us
triflorus-three-flow­eredtrye-floh-rus
trifoliatus-three-leaved (or with three leaf­lets)trye-foh-lee-ay-tus
trifoliolatus-with three leafletstrye-foh-lee-oh-lay­tus
trifolius-three­-leavedtryefoh-lee-us
trifurcatus-thrice­ forkedtrye-fur-kay-tus
trigynus-with three-pistilstrye-jye-nus
trilineatus-three­-linedtrye-lin-ee-ay-tus
trilobus-three-lobedtrye-loh-bus
trimestris-pertain­ing to a three-month periodtrye-mest-riss
trinervis-three-veinedtrye-nerv-iss
trinotatus-three­-marked or -spottedtrye-noh-tay-tus
tripartitus-three­-partedtrye-par-tye-tus
tripetalus-three-petaledtrye-pet-al-us
triphyllus-three-leaved trye-fill-us
tripteris-three-winged trip-ter-iss
tripunctatus-three-spottedtrye-punk-tay-tus
triquetrus-three­-corneredtrye-kwet-rus
tristachyus-three­-spikedtrye-stak-ee-us
tristis-bitter or dulltriss-tiss
triternatus-thrice in threes (tritemate)trye-ter-nay-tus
triumphans-ex­celling (triumphant)trye-umff-anz
trivialis-common or widespreadtriv-ee-ay-liss
tropicus-of tropical re­gionstrop-ik-us
truncatus-cut square off (truncate)trunk-kay-tus
tsus-named after Japanese Island of Tsus-simasuss-sim-men-siss
tuberculatus-with small tubers (tubercles); hence tuberculatetoo-ber-kew-lay-tus
tuberculosus-with small tubers; knotted (roots) too-ber-kew-loh-sus
tuberosus-having swollen underground stems (tu­bers)too-ber-roh-sus
tubiflorus-tu­bular-floweredtoo-bif-floh-rus
tubulosus-with tubes or tube-like parts (tubu­lose)too-bew-loh-sus
tulipiferus-with Tulip-like flowerstoo-lip-piff-er-us
tumidus-swollentoo-mid-us
turbanifonnis-turban-shapedtur-ban-if-form-iss
turbinatus-top- shapedtur-bin-nay-tus
turgidus-full (turgid)tur-jid-us
typhinus-smoky; also or perhaps or relating to fevertif-fye-nus
typicus-according to standard; normal or typical formtip-ik-us
ukranikus-from the Ukraineyew-kran-ik-us
uliginosus-of wet or marshy placesyew-lij-in-noh-sus
ulmifolius-Elm (Ulmus)-leavedulm-if-foh-lee-us
ulmoides-Elm (Ulmus )-likeulm-moy-deez
umbellatus-with clusters of flowers whose stems rise from a common point (um­bels)um-bel-lay-tus
umbellulatus-with small umbel-like flower clus­tersum-bel-yew-lay-tus
umbraculiferus-umbrella-likeum-brak-yew-liff-er-us
umbraculiformis-umbrella-shapedum-brak-yew-lif­-form-iss
umbrosus-growing in shadeum-broh-sus
udatus-wavy or wavingun-day-tus
undulatifolius-wavy leavedun-dew-lat-if-foh­-lee-us
undulatus-wavy or wavy edged (undulate)un-dew-lay-tus
unguiculatus-clawed or narrow-shanked (unguicu­late)un-gwik-yew-lay-tus
unguipetalus-with clawed petalsun-gwip-pet-al-us
unicolor-one-col­oredyew-nik-kol-or
unicornis-one­-hornedyew-nik-korn-iss
unidentatus-one-toothedyew-nid-den-tay-tus
uniflorus-one­-floweredyew-nif-floh-rus
unilateralis-one-sidedyew-nil-lat-er-ray-liss
univittatus-one­-stripedyew-niv-it-tay-tus
urceolatus-urn-shapedur-see-ol-lay-tus
urens-stinging or burning (to touch)yew-renz
urentissimus-sharply stingingyew-ren-tiss-im-us
urophyllus-tail­ leavedyew-rob-fill-us
urostachyuss-with tail-like spikesyew-roh-stak-ee-us
ursinus-referring to the bearur-sye-nus
usitatissimus-very usefulyew-sit-at-tiss-im-us
ustalatus-burned (looking) or sereyus-tal-lay-tus
utilis-usefulyew-til-iss
utriculatus-having a small or one-seeded fruit (utriculate)yew-trik-yew-lay-tus
utriculosus-having a small or one-seeded fruit yew-trik-yew-loh-sus
uvarius-(parts) resembling bunches of Grapesyew-vay-ree-us
uva-(Grape­ bear) specific name under genus Arctostaphylosyew-vuh-oor-sye
uviferns-having Grape-like fruit clustersyew-vif-er-us
vagans-wandering vay-ganz
vaginalis-sheathed vaj-in-nay-liss
vaginatus-sheathed (vaginate)vaj-in-nay-tus
validus-strongval-id-us
variabilis-of many formsvay-ree-ab-il-is
varians-variablevay-ree-anz
variatus-variablevay-ree-ay-tus
varicosus-irregularly swollenvay-rik-koh-sus
variegatus-variegatedvay-ree-eg-gay-tus
varifolius-varying leavedvay-rif-foh-lee-us
variiformis-of diverse formsvay-ree-if-form-iss
varius-varyingvay-ree-us
vegetatus-vigorous­-growingvej-et-tay-tus
vegetus-vigorousvej-et-us
velaris-veiled or with veil-like partsvel-lay-riss
velutinus-velvetyvel-yew-tye-nus
venenatus-poi­sonousven-en-nay-tus
venosus-notably-veinedven-noh-sus
ventricosus-un­evenly-swollen (as flowers and fruits) or ventricoseven-trik-koh-sus
venostus-charming or handsomeven-nuss-tus
verecundos-modestvehr-ek-kund-us
veris-true or true-to-typevehr-iss
vermiculatus-worm-likever-mik-yew-lay-tus
vernalis-pertaining to spring or spring-bloomingver-nay-liss
vernus-associated with spring-timevern-us
verrucosus-with warty protuberances (verrucose)vehr-roo-koh-sus
verruculosus-somewhat wartyvehr-rook-yew-loh­-sus
versicolor-various­ly coloredver-sik-kol-or
verticillaris-(leaves) in whorls around stem (verticillate)ver-tiss-sil-lay-riss
verticillatus-whorled or circling about a stem (as verticillate leaves)ver-tiss-sil-lay-tus
verus-true (to type or stand­ard or classification)vehr-us
vescus-weakvesk-us
vespertinus-eve­ning-flowering; pertaining to eve­ningvess-per-tye-nus
vestitus-covered or clothed (with down or hairs or etc)vess-tye-tus
villosus-soft-hairy (vil­lose)vil-loh-sus
vimineus-twiggy or interlaced in appearancevim-min-ee-us
viniferus-wine Grape (wine)-bearingvye-nif-er-us
vinosos-full of winevye-noh-sus
violaceus-violet (color)vye-ol-lay-see-us
violescens-be­coming violet-tonedvye-ol-less-senz
virens-greenvye-renz
virescens-becoming green or greenishvye-ress-senz
virgatus-wand-like or twiggyvir-gay-tus
virginalis-whitevir-jin-nay-liss
virgineus-whitevir-jin-ee-us
virginianus-from Virginiavir-jin-ee-ay-nus
virginicus-from Virginiavir-jin-ik-us
virginiensis-from Virginiavir-jin-ee-en-siss
viridiflorus-green-floweredvihr-id-if-floh-rus
viridifolius-green-leavedvihr-id-if-foh-lee-us
viridis-greenvihr-id-iss
viridissimus-in­tensely greenvihr-id-diss-im-us
viridulus-green­ishvihr-rid-yew-lus
viscidulos-somewhat stickyviss-sid-yew-lus
viscidus-sticky viss-sid-us
viscosos-sticky viss-koh-sus
vitaceos-Grape (Vitis)-likevye-tay-see-us
vitalbus-denoting a white-flowered vinevye-tal-bus
vitellinus-dull yellowish-redvye-tel-lye-nus
vitifolius-Grape (Vitis)-leavedvye-tif-foh-lee-us
vitis-a specific name or denoting Grape of Mt Ida (Greece) applied to a member of the genus Vaccineumvye-tiss-eye-dee-ah
vittatus-striped vit-tay-tus
vittigerus-having stripesvit-tij-er-us
viviparus-having or­gans which reproduce while still growing on the parent plantvye-vip-ar-us
volgaricus-from the Volga R regionvol-gar-ik-us
volubilis-twining vol-yew-bil-iss
volutus-roll-leaved vol-yew-tus
vomitorius-emeticvom-it-toh-ree-us
vulcaoicus-pertain­ing to volcanoes or their regionsvul-kay-nik-us
vulgaris-common vul-gay-riss
vulgatus-commonvul-gay-tus
washingtonianus-from Washington (state) wash-ing-ton-ee­ay-nus
wolgaricus-see vol­garicuswol-gay-rik-us
xanthacanthus-with yellow thorns or spines zanth-ak-kanth-us
xanthinus-yellow zanth-in-us
xanthocarpus-yellow-fruitedzanth-oh-karp-us
xantholeucus-yellowish-whitezanth-oh-lew-kus
xanthophyllus-yellow-leavedzanth-oh-fill-us
xanthorrhizus-yellow-rootedzanth-or-rye-zus
yedoensis-from Yeddo (Japan)yed-oh-en-siss
yuonanensis-from Yunnan (China)yew-nan-nen-siss
yodogavus-from Yodogowa (Japan)yod-og-gay-vus
zebrinus-zebra­ stripedzeb-rye-nus
zinniaeflorus-Zinnia-floweredzin-nih-ee-floh-rus
zonalis-zoned or bandedzoh-nay-liss
zonatus-zoned or bandedzoh-nay-tus

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Kaynaklar:

Whittemore, R. D. (1959). Garden ideas and projects; a handbook for Home Gardeners. Doubleday.

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