- florentine stitch,
- flores sea,
- flores, juan josé,
- florey, howard walter
Origin of florescence
Examples from the Web for florescent
The florescent orange tube left your lips tasting like artificial cheese.
Designer Frida Giannini let the collection scream not-so-subtle sexuality, with florescent pinks, silk and red-hot silhouettes.
Even amid the flames, the florescent lights seemed a little dimmer than ever at The Office.
There are also florescent details in the halos, drapery, and so forth, which are closer to Agostino di Duccio than to Donatello.Donatello|David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford
Word Origin for florescence
1821, from Latin florescentem, present participle of florescere (see florescence).
1793, from Modern Latin florescentia, from Latin florescentem (nominative florescens) "blooming," present participle of florescere "to begin to bloom," inceptive of florere "to blossom" (see flourish (v.)).