[flok-uh s] /ˈflɒk əs/
noun, plural flocci
[flok-sahy, -see] /ˈflɒk saɪ, -si/ (Show IPA)
a small tuft of woolly hairs.
Meteorology. (of a cloud) having elements in the form of small, rounded tufts.
noun (pl) flocci (ˈflɒksaɪ)
a downy or woolly covering, as on the young of certain birds
a small woolly tuft of hair
(of a cloud) having the appearance of woolly tufts at odd intervals in its structure
[flok] /flɒk/ noun 1. a number of animals of one kind, especially sheep, goats, or birds, that keep or feed together or are herded together. 2. a large number of people; crowd. 3. a large group of things: a flock of letters to answer. 4. 5. Archaic. a band or company of persons. verb (used […]
[flok-bed] /ˈflɒkˌbɛd/ noun 1. a with a mattress stuffed with wool refuse, shearings of cloth, or the like.
noun 1. a pattern of dots or figures that are not woven but attached to cloth with adhesive.
[flod-n] /ˈflɒd n/ noun 1. a hill in NE England, in Northumberland county: the invading Scots were disastrously defeated here by the English, 1513. /ˈflɒdən/ noun 1. a hill in Northumberland where invading Scots were defeated by the English in 1513 and James IV of Scotland was killed Also called Flodden Field