[flawr-ee-oh, flohr-] /ˈflɔr iˌoʊ, ˈfloʊr-/
John, 1553?–1625, English lexicographer and translator.
John. ?1553–?1625, English lexicographer, noted for his translation of Montaigne’s Essays (1603)
[flawr-uh-suh nt] /ˈflɔr ə sənt/ noun 1. a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis.
[flawr-ist, flohr-, flor-] /ˈflɔr ɪst, ˈfloʊr-, ˈflɒr-/ noun 1. a retailer of , ornamental plants, etc. 2. a grower of . /ˈflɒrɪst/ noun 1. a person who grows or deals in flowers n. 1620s, formed on analogy of French fleuriste, from Latin floris, genitive of flos “flower” (see flora) + -ist.
[flaw-ris-tiks, floh-] /flɔˈrɪs tɪks, floʊ-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the study of the distribution, number, types, and relationships of plant species in an area or areas. /flɒˈrɪstɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the branch of botany concerned with the types, numbers, and distribution of plant species in a particular area
[floh-roo-it; English flawr-yoo-it, flohr-, flor-] /ˈfloʊ ru ɪt; English ˈflɔr yu ɪt, ˈfloʊr-, ˈflɒr-/ noun, Latin. 1. he (or she) flourished: used to indicate the period during which a person flourished, especially when the exact birth and death dates are unknown. Abbreviation: fl., flor. /ˈflɒruːɪt/ verb 1. (he or she) flourished: used to indicate the […]