siccus

siccus

 [sik´us] (L.)
dry.

siccus

/sic·cus/ (sik´us) [L.] dry.

siccus

[L.] dry.
References in classic literature ?
I'm afraid I know nothing of the theory of it, but I keep his Hortus Siccus in order.
1974), who designated a different lectotype, Hortus siccus Cliffortianus (herb.
213) As it was, Hooker had already received a "hortus siccus of Newfoundland plants" from Morison.
For example, it is because its author is a true poeta doctus that he can say caeruleo siccus love fulgeat aether, and follow it up, a few lines later, with a moment of supreme intellectual and stylistic bathos.
Minutely planned and pieced together layers of colored paper, Delany's mosaics are so botanically exact that professional botanists as well as friends consulted her "hortus siccus," Delany's witty pun on collections of dried plants known by this term.
Pileus usque 7 cm siccus tomentosus saepe rimosus rufus vel rufo-brunneus.
A late 18th-century visitor wrote to a friend suggesting, "If you can bring out a request to see her Horns Siccus, the work of her fingers and scissors, you will be astonished and pleased beyond expression.
Black, la cual habia sido ubicada en la sinonimia de Axonopus siccus (Nees) Kuhlm.
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Josephus states that the Sicarii took this name for themselves because the daggers they used in their assassinations were like the Roman siccus, a short sword, easily hidden in one's garments.
72) The collection was intended as an imitation of a Hortus Siccus, a collection of dried flowers.