1. a combining form meaning “flower,” used in the formation of compound words: floriferous.

Origin of flori-

<Latin flōri-, equivalent to flōr- (stem of flōs) flower + -i--i-

Words Nearby flori-

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How to use flori- in a sentence

  • "Lilium, cojus vox generali et licentiosa usurpatione adscribitur omni flori commendabili" (Laurembergius, 1632).

  • The house, of which one could only see a piece of wall with two windows and a roof, belonged to Marcu Flori Cucu.

  • It may refer to a treatise by Carlo Flori, which bears a title like this.

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