Definition of Narcissi

1. Noun. (plural of narcissus) ¹



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Definition of Narcissi

1. narcissus [n] - See also: narcissus

Lexicographical Neighbors of Narcissi

naranjilla
naras
narases
naratriptan
narc
narced
narceen
narceens
narcein
narceine
narceines
narceins
narcing
narcism
narcisms
narcissi (current term)
narcissine
narcissisms
narcissist
narcissistic
narcissistic personality
narcissistic personality disorder
narcissistical
narcissistically
narcissists
narcissus
narcissuses
narcist
narcistic

Literary usage of Narcissi

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

1. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"These flowers are the offspring of the major or Glenan variety of triandrus and other narcissi, and invariably possess great refinement of colour and shape. ..."

2. Around the Year in the Garden: A Seasonable Guide and Reminder for Work with by Frederick Frye Rockwell (1917)
"The latter include hyacinths, narcissi, tulips of some varieties, Easter lilies, freesias and gladioli. ..."

3. Bulb Gardening by Mary Hampden (1922)
"CHAPTER IV DAFFODILS AND OTHER narcissi ' Shrine of colour ! Golden sweetness, Angel of the Spring that cries Other radiance to arise. ..."

4. Our Railways: Their Origin, Development, Incident and Romance by John Pendleton (1896)
"... Travelling—A Hasty Engine Driver—The "Cornishman"— Sleeping Cars—Spring Flowers in Great Cities—A Delightful Land —Tons of narcissi for Covent Garden—An ..."

5. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1901)
"1462) is a pure white, a rare color amongst double narcissi. ... narcissi are among the oldest of cultivated plants, but were much neglected for many years. ..."

6. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1897)
"... easily-grown, half- hardy plants; Watsonia, a near ally of Gladiolus. These genera are all natives of South Africa. narcissi Natural Order ..."

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