"Oh," returned daffodil, relieved, though she did not understand the matter.
"I think I know who committed the daffodil Murder," he said steadily.
You shall be daffodil, not a dwarf daffodil, but a big one, because you are big.
Make Daffy's dress of yellow tissue-paper, the color of a daffodil.
daffodil and her mother sat in the far corner, with two candles burning on the light 228 stand.
You shall be a daffodil, not a dwarf daffodil, but a big one, because you are big.
It set forth in formal Dutch the old man's ideas concerning the daffodil bulb and his offer regarding it.
In "daffodil Fields" there is the adventure of romantic passion.
Delia gathers a daffodil from a vase R. and places it in Devenish's buttonhole.
The daffodil toys will keep their color a long while even after the blossoms are dry.
1540s, variant of Middle English affodill "asphodel" (c.1400), from Medieval Latin affodillus, from Latin asphodelus, from Greek asphodelos, of unknown origin. The initial d- is perhaps from merging of the article in Dutch de affodil, the Netherlands being a source for bulbs. First reference to the flower we know by this name (Narcissus pseudo-Narcissus) is from 1590s.