L la labiatus dsn. L. Lipped. See Orthosiphon L. 1, 228; 16, 346h;18




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labiatus - DSN. L. Lipped. See Orthosiphon l. - 1, 228; 16, 346h;18,428

labium – DSN. Labium, lower lip of corolla. Labious, large lipped, with well developed labium. - 14, 454

lablab – DSN. An Arabic name. - 16, 202k; 18,398

labrum - L. Lip or edge. See parvilabrum. - 1, 80; 16, 102c

laburnifolia - DSN.L. The leaves resemble that of Laburnum. See Crotalaria l. - 1, 124; 16, 186I; 18,262

laburnum - MGN. An ancient Latin name identifying a genus of three species, closely allied to the Cystus

family, Southern Europe and Western Asia. - 10, 200; 16 186i



lacca - From the Hindi name of a black dye, or a place in Italy. See Phytolacca. - 1, 104; 3, 78

lachenalioides – DGN. Resembling Lachenalia. See Drimiopsis l. 18,344

lachne - G. Wool, down. See Pseudolachmostylis. - 16, 220b

laciniatus - DSN. Slashed or jagged. Narrowly cut leaves. - 10, 339; 12, 304; 13, 1223

lact – DSN. Milky. See genus Lactuca.- 18,338

lactuca – L. Latin word for lettuce. See genus Lactuca.- 18,338

lacustris - GSN. Of the lake. - 12, 303; 13, 1222

laelia - MGN. Dedicated to Laelia, one of the Vestal Virgins. - 28, 283

-laena - See chlaina, a cloak. -

laevigata – DSN. Smooth, slippery. See Habenaria l. – 18,518

laevigatum - DSN. Polished. See Leptospernum l.- 10, 205, 339

laevigatus – DSN. Smooth, slippery. See Abrus l., Cyperus l. – 18,464,504

laevis – DSN. L. Smooth, not rough. [Also spelt levis]. See Ceratiosicyos - 16, 372h; 18,540

lagaros - G. Thin, narrow, lanky. - 14, 275

lagena – DSN. Large flask. Lagenaria - 558

lageneria - DSN. L. From lagenos, a flask. - 16, 414d

lagenos - G. A flask, See Lagenaria. - 16, 414d

lagerstroemia - CSN. Magnus Lagerstroem. - 10, 201; 12, 300

laginerum - DSN. L. Woolly, See Cyphostemma l.- 16, 248c

lago - G. In compounds, hare-, mostly with reference to rough furriness like a hare's foot. - 14, 454

lagos - G. m. Hare. - 14, 275

lagunaea - CSN. Andres de Laguna Lagunaea. See genus Lagunaria. - 10, 202

lagunaria - DGN. For genus Lagunaria the name given as similar to Lagunaea an allied genus. - 10, 202

lagynias - DSN. Probably from the greek lagynion, a small flask. - 1, 260; 16, 406f

lagynion - G. A small flask. See Lagynias. - 1, 260; 16, 406f

lakha - Persian red dye. See Phytolacca.- 18,52

lalandii - CSN. Possibly named after Pierre-Antoine Delalande. See Hypericum l. - 1, 178; 16, 266f; 18,290

lambertia - CSN. Aylmer Bourke Lambert.- 10, 202; 12, 300

lamellatum - DSN. L. Arranged in layers. See Schizoglossum l., Aspidoglossum - 1, 206; 16,312a,b

lamprophylla - DSN. Lamprus-shining or radiant, phylla-leaves. Bonatea l. – 18,116

lampros – Bright, shining. Lampranthus.- 18,380

lana - G. Wool. See Lanium.- 28, 287

lanatus – DSN. Woolly or cottony. See Citrullus l. 18,558

lancea - DSN. L. Spear-shaped In Rhus l. it alludes to the leaves.- 16, 232c

lanceolata - DSN. L. Lanceolate (shaped like a spearhead, tapered to an end). See Kalanchoe l., Azara l., Osyris l., Measa l., Tricalysia l., Crassula l., Crotalaria l.Coreopsis l., Plantago l. - !, 120; 10,42,339; 16, 126l 154c, 290e, 402g, 404a; 18,54,144,262,318,588

lanceolatum - DSN. L. Lanced shaped. In Oxygonum dregeanum subsp l. it alludes to the leaves. - 16,130c

lanceolatus – DSN. Sword/lancelike. See Rumex l. – 18,374

lanci - L. In compounds, lanceolate. - 14, 455

lanciflora - DSN. L. Lance-shaped. Having lance-shaped flowers. - 10, 339

lancifolia - DSN. L. Having lance-shaped leaves. See Hermannia l., Barleria l. Thunbergia l. has leaves shaped like a spear-head. Aptenia l., Muraltia l., Barleria l.- 1, 174, 252; 5, pl 170; 16,134a,262b,390d; 18,406,488

lancifolius - DSN. L. Lance-shaped.- 10, 339

lancifolium - DSN. L. With lance-shaped leaves. See Argyrolobium l.- 16, 178d

landolphia - CSN. Captain Landolphe. - 1, 200; 16, 302b

lani - L. In compounds, woolly.- 14, 455

laniflora - DSN. L. From lana, wool and flora, flowers. See Kanahia l. - 16, 328a

lanium - DSN. G. From lana wool, probably referring to the ‘downy flowers’. - 28, 287

lannea - DSN. From linné, wool. Or Lanné the common name used in Senegambia for the species Lannea edulis var e.- 1, 160; 2, 242; 16, 234a

lans - L. Wool. See laniflora.- 16, 328a

lantana - DGN. The name was originally applied to the European genus Viburnum, which this genus resembles. See Viburnum, Lantana.- 1, 226; 5, pl 138; 10, 203, 325; 16 342e; 18,422

lapageria - CGN. Empress Josephine (nèe de la Pagerie).- 12, 300; 13, 1219

lapathifolia – DGN. Leaves like Dock Rumex. See Persicaria l. 18,376

lapeirousia - CGN. Baron de la Peirouse.- 5, pl 42

lapidosa - DSN. L. Rocky. In Cyanotis l. it describes the habitat these plants live in. – 1,20; 16,32g-h

laportea – DSN. Named after Laporte. See genus Laportea.- 18,524

lappacea – DSN. Burrlike. See Pupalia l. 18,376,528

laricinus - DSN. Larchlike. See Asparagus l. – 18,102

lasi- G. lasio-. In compounds, hairy, woolly.- 14, 455

lasianthum - DSN. With woolly flowers. See Erythrophleum l.- 2, 144

lasio - G. lasi-. In compounds, hairy, woolly.- 14, 455

lasiocarpa - DSN. Shaggy fruit. Grewia l.- 2, 308; 3, 207

lasiodiscus - DSN. Woolly disc.- 2, 302

lasios - G. Shaggy, woolly. - 14, 275

lateri - L. In compounds, at the side, lateral to. - 14, 455

lateripes - DSN. L. With a stalk on the side. Pelargonium l.- 1, 148; 16, 204f

lati - L. In compounds, broad, wide. - 14, 455

latibracteolata - DSN. L. With broad bracts. See Pearsonia grandifolia subsp l.- 16, 180f

latifolia - DSN. Broad-leaved. See Cryptocarya l., Pentanisia prunelloides subsp l., Watsonia l., Oxalis l., Kniphofia l.- 2, 98; 16, 404j; 18,46,402508

latifolium – DSN. Broad leaves. Dierama l., Chascanum l., Garuleum l.- 18,42,180,356,444

latifolius - DSN. Broad-leaved. Referring to the leaf in Podocarpus l., Oxyanthus l., Euonymus l., Plexipus, l. var. l., Solenostemon l., Senecio l. - 2, 48, 464; 10, 152, 339; 12, 304; 13, 1223; 16,20b,340f, 356f, 442e; 18,324

latissima - DSN. Very broad. In Erythrina l. it refers to the size of the leaflets. - 2, 176; 16, 196

launaea – CSN. Named after J.M. de Launay, French lawyer, author and editor of horticultural works. See genus Launaea.- 18,338

laureola - DSN. L. The smaller laurel. See Callilepis l. - 16, 454a; 18,216

laurus - MGN. The ancient Latin name for Laurel.. - 10, 204

lavandula - DSN. From lavare, to wash. OR. Perhaps from the medieval Latin livendula from lividus, blue green. - 10, 204; 12, 302; 13, 1221

lavare – DSN. To wash. See genus Lavandula. - 13, 1221

lavender - DSN. L. From lavare, to wash, from its use by the romans to scent their baths - 20,151

laxa - DSN. L. Loose, not dense or open. Anomantheca l., painted-petals. Freesia l., Printzia l.

1, 74; 3, 62; 5, pl 41; 16, 94b; 18,46,216

laxiflora – DSN. Loose flowers. Kniphofia l. - 18,28

laxiflorus - DSN. Loose, limp flowers. See Plectranthus l. – 18,186

laxus – DSN. Loose, limp. See Euryops l. 18,330

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