from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The goddess of flowers.
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- proper noun Roman mythology The
goddessof flowers, guardianof the flora, an equivalent of the Greek Chloris.
- proper noun A female
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
[Headnote: PITTI GALLERY -- ROOMS OF FLORA, ULLISSE, GIOVE.] _Stanza di Flora.
Poor baby Flora is tucked under one of my arms, clearly alarmed at the raised voices.
In her first leading Broadway role, Minnelli appeared as the title character in Flora, The Red Menace in 1965.
Packaged flat, Future Flora is assembled by connecting intricate metal sheets that comprise each design.
I suspect even baby Flora is in on this as in the past few days she has been trying to stand up.
In biographies, Flora is often presented as cruel and unmotherly to Jack.
"Flora is oblivious to the excitement she has caused but we are delighted to say she is now a mum and dad," said a delighted Kevin Buley, the zoo's curator of lower vertebrates and invertebrates.
This is why Flora is often referred to as Flora Segunda.
At the Painted Hills Unit, the Bridge Creek Flora is exposed.
Under births in the Chronicle he looked for the name Flora Wellman Chaney, since that was his mother's name on the marriage certificate when she married John London.