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EtymologyEdit

From French floral, from Latin flōrālis, from flōs (flower).

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floral (comparative more floral, superlative most floral)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or connected with flowers.
  2. Portraying flowers, especially in a stylized way.
    I really like the floral pattern on this Chinese vase.

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floral (plural florals)

  1. A floral design.
    • 2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, in New York Times[1]:
      FUNKY, bold and bright, many new wallpapers offer a modern twist on fussy old damasks and florals.

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AdjectiveEdit

floral (epicene, plural florales)

  1. floral (of or pertaining to flowers)

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floral (masculine and feminine plural florals)

  1. floral

FrenchEdit

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floral (feminine singular florale, masculine plural floraux, feminine plural florales)

  1. floral

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floral (not comparable)

  1. floral

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floral m, f (plural florais, not comparable)

  1. floral

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floral (plural florales)

  1. floral