Species within a genus
nemeseia, = (Νέμεσίς) the feast of Nemesis,** just or deserved indignation, anger at anything unjust, righteous resentment nemo, = (ΝΕΜΩ) to dwell in, inhabit, occupy; nemos, = (νέμοσ) a wooded pasture, grove. Greek name used by Dioscorides,** ((circa 40 – 90 AD), Greek writer), for some similar plant, referring to their habitat.
dif-¸dis-, = asunder, in pieces, apart, in two, in different directions; fundo, fusus, = to spread, extend, diffuse; spread out, extended, broad, large, copious, diffuse. diffusus, = spread abroad, spread out, extended, wide. (diffuse, loosely irregular or widely spreading, with branches diverging from the axis at an angle of 45° to 90°)