flieuthi

NormanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French florir, from Vulgar Latin *florīre, (with conjugation influenced by Latin flōrēscō, flōrēscere (flower, begin to blossom)), from flōreō (bloom, blossom, flower), from flōs, flōris (flower).

VerbEdit

flieuthi

  1. (Jersey) to flower

Derived termsEdit

  • r'flieuthi (to reflower, rebloom, reblossom, flower again, bloom again, blossom again)

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