rana, = a frog;
-ulus, = diminutive.
ranunculus, = a little frog, a tadpole, porwiggle; a medicinal plant, called batrachion, perhaps crowfoot, ranunculus.
(preference for marshy habitats, similar to frogs) (ld, BL, Le)
raphe, = a turnip, rape;
rapum, = a knob or lump formed by the roots of a tree;
-astrum, = indicates inferiority or incomplete resemblance, hence often applied to wild equivalent of a cultivated plant.
(referring to the leaves) (ld, BL, Le)
rhodon-, = the rose;
rhodo-, = rose-, rosy-red;
come, = the hair; the foliage, leaves of trees.
coma, = the hair of the head.
(tuft of hair)
(terminaal clusters of reddish inflorescences) (LS, BL, Ws, Le)
rugchos, = a snout, muzzle; abeak, bill;
rhyncos, = snout, muzzle, beak;
rhynch-, rhyncho-, = provided with a snout or beak, i.e. a projecting appendage;
-osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development.
(the style) (LS, BL, Le)
ros, roris, = dew;
-idus, = indicates a state or an action in progress;
roridus, = bedewed, dewy, with dew;
-ula, = diminutive.
(bedewed, dewey, appearing as if covered with fine dewdrops)
(glistening, insect trapping glands) (ld, BL, Le)