Definition of Floreat

1. an invocation to flourish [v -ED]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Floreat

flora
florae
floral
floral cup
floral envelope
floral leaf
floral white
florally
floralness
florals
floramour
floramours
floran
florantyrone
floras
floreat (current term)
floreated
florences
florenskyite
florensovite
florentium
florescence
florescences
florescent
florest's cineraria
floret
florets
floriage
floriated
floriation

Literary usage of Floreat

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1. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1895)
"PATRICK" OR "floreat REX" COINAGE, SUBSEQUENTLY CIRCULATED IN NEW JERSEY BY MARK NEWBIE : WITH REASONS FOR CONNECTING IT WITH LORD GLAMORGAN'S ATTEMPTS TO ..."

2. A History of Eton College by Lionel Cust (1899)
"... Stet quoque prisca Domus ; (ñeque enim manus impía tangat) floreat in mediis intemerata minis ; Det Patribus Patres, Populoque det inclyta Cives ..."

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