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multiflora

[ muhl-tuh-flawr-uh, -flohr-uh ]
/ ˌmʌl təˈflɔr ə, -ˈfloʊr ə /
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noun

any of several plant varieties or hybrids characterized by many single, relatively small flowers, as certain kinds of petunias or roses.

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Origin of multiflora

1820–30; <New Latin, a typical specific epithet of flowering plants; see multiflora rose
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