Words nearby -florous
WORDS THAT USE -FLOROUS
What does -florous mean?
The form –florous comes from Latin –flōrus, meaning “flowered.” The Greek equivalent is ánthos, “flower,” which is the source of the combining form antho–. Learn more at our Words That Use article for antho-.
What are variants of -florous?
Examples of -florous
One example of a scientific term that uses –florous is uniflorous, “having only one flower.”
The form uni– means “single, one,” from Latin ūnus, while –florous means “having flowers.” Uniflorous literally translates to “having one flower.”
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What are some other forms that –florous may be commonly confused with?