4 thoughts on “Enemies to acclimatisation

  1. paulknight35 April 25, 2015 / 4:13 pm

    Yes, indeed. How the situation has changed! No “venator” in the Oxford but “venation” means the arrangement of veins on a leaf or on the wing of an insect. I wonder if, given that “-or” indicates the doer of an action, “venator” might mean the arranger or organiser of what needs to be done. Then there is “venter” (as in “speaker”) n. : a speaker who expresses or gives vent to a personal opinion or grievance

  2. Paul Star April 25, 2015 / 6:05 pm

    Venator is the Latin word for hunter. Paul.

  3. tessawhiteman April 25, 2015 / 8:12 pm

    How times have changed, indeed!

  4. envirohistorynz April 29, 2015 / 10:49 am

    Thank you to Paul Star and Ken Sims for the meaning of ‘venator’.

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