See also: pètal

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From Ancient Greek πέταλον(pétalon), from πέταλος(pétalos, broad, flat).

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petal ‎(plural petals)

  1. (botany) one of the component parts of the corolla of a flower, when this consists of separate parts, that is it is not fused. Petals are often brightly colored.
  2. Term of endearment.
    • 2011, Jo Baker, The Picture Book
      She is freezing cold. Sputtering. Big eyes wide and wet and red. Too shocked even to cry. 'It's okay, petal, it's okay.'

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