Definition of Florae

1. Noun. (plural of flora) ¹

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Definition of Florae

1. flora [n] - See also: flora

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Florae

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floppy disks
floppy drive
floppy drives
floppy infant syndrome
floppy valve syndrome
floptical disk
floptical disks
florae (current term)
floral cup
floral envelope
floral leaf
floral white

Literary usage of Florae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Lloyd and Company (1901)
"We found it somewhat sparingly at florae, on the Causse Méjean a , indeed we met with it at all points visited, but it was only abundant at Balles near ..."

2. A Handbook for Travellers in France: Being a Guide to Normandy, Brittany by John Murray (Firm), John Murray (Firm, [Murray, John] publisher, London, John] publisher [Murray, London (1858)
"... shortly before reaching 11 florae, a town of 2200 Inhab., situated under a hill, whose bare cleft ridge rises in the form of castellated towers on the ..."

3. An Inland Voyage: And Travels with a Donkey by Robert Louis Stevenson (1919)
"FLORAC ON a branch of the Tarn stands "florae, the seat of a sub- prefecture, with an old castle, an alley of planes, many quaint street-corners, ..."

4. Companion to the Botanical Magazine: Being a Journal, Containing Such by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1836)
"florae INSULARUM NOV^E ZELANDIA PRECURSOR; OR A SPECIMEN OF THE BOTANY OF THE ISLANDS OF NEW ZEALAND: plants that were discovered by Sir Joseph Banks and ..."

5. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1847)
"florae TASMANIA SPICILEGIUM : or, Contributions towards a Flora of VAN DIEMEN'S LAND ; by 3. D. HOOKER, MD, FR, L., and GS (Continued from p. 286). ..."

6. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1840)
"On the Zoological Labours of M. Sors, of florae in Norway. —In the high north, beyond the 60th degree of northern latitude, there is H clergyman at ..."

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