Origin of azalea
Examples from the Web for azalea
Something named Rita Ora performed with Azalea, looking like Rihanna and singing like Katy Perry and lacking any of their energy.
J. Lo introduced the pair, and, guys, J. Lo is a big, big fan and apparently recently worked with Azalea.
Azalea—then Amethyst Kelly—was born in Sydney and moved to Miami when she was 16.
Every artist is inspired by other musicians, and Azalea has even said that Stefani has influenced her sound.
She had folded her fan; she stretched out her arm mechanically and plucked a sprig of azalea.Lady Barbarina|Henry James
The azalea flamed in yellow and orange and scarlet glory, a note of savage color on spring's soft palette.A Tar-Heel Baron|Mabell Shippie Clarke Pelton
All that morning a little crowd stopped to whisper and point at Azalea Lodge.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Yet he had seemed much impressed with Azalea's singing all the week, and had turned her music for her devotedly.A Court of Inquiry|Grace S. Richmond
“Unfortunately, we shall not be able to get our inheritance for some time,” Azalea explained.Doris Force at Locked Gates|Julia K. Duncan
Word Origin for azalea
1753, coined by Linnaeus from the fem. of Greek azaleos "dry," related to azein "to dry up" (see ash (n.1)). The plant thrives in sandy soil.