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  • proper noun A female given name.

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Examples

  • Redflower told him what had happened, and Chipmunk hurried down into the canyon to Grandmother Spider.

    Taytay's Tales

  • While Redflower was asleep the witches took him and laid him on a narrow shelf of rock half way down a steep cliff at Grand Canyon, and left him there.

    Taytay's Tales

  • She would cook piles of food that she never offered to her husband, Redflower; but since the food always disappeared, Redflower began to wonder what became of it.

    Taytay's Tales

  • When Redflower awoke and found himself in such a perilous position, for he could not even move or he would have fallen off onto the rocks far below, he began to mournfully sing:

    Taytay's Tales

  • He heard Chief-Witch say, It is strange that Redflower is not hungry.

    Taytay's Tales

  • White Corn waited until she thought he was asleep, then she took out her eyes, put them under her blankets, put owl's eyes in their place, and then put an ear of corn down on the blankets beside Redflower.

    Taytay's Tales

  • For four days Redflower stayed with the spiders in their village.

    Taytay's Tales

  • "Corn," she said, "if Redflower should say anything to me during the night, answer him for me."

    Taytay's Tales

  • They discovered Redflower under the blankets and pulled him out.

    Taytay's Tales

  • He dropped it straight down to the bottom of the canyon from the shelf where Redflower was, and immediately a pine tree began to grow.

    Taytay's Tales

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