plural of folium.
Other definitions for folia (2 of 3)
a wild and noisy Portuguese carnival dance accompanied by tambourines, performed at a frantic pace by men dressed as women and often carrying masked boys on their shoulders.
Other definitions for folía (3 of 3)
an early medieval Iberian dance accompanied by mime and songs, performed during celebrations of the solstice and New Year festivals.
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How to use folia in a sentence
folia caudicem terminantia confertissima longissima, figura et dispositione Xanthorrhoeae.
On taking off the envelop it turned out to be a small mass of light-colored glistening folia of mica.Summary Narrative of an Exploratory Expedition to the Sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820 | Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
Also, in minute folia, in the alluvial soil of the Upper Mississippi.Summary Narrative of an Exploratory Expedition to the Sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820 | Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
In nostro specimine folia ovalia, basi cuneata, distincte trinervia.
folia inferiora, ambitu ovato apice obtusissima; superiora magis triangularia, obtusiuscula cum mucronulo.
British Dictionary definitions for folia
the plural of folium
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