- any plant of the perennial cormous S African genus Tritonia, with typically scarlet or orange flowers: family Iridaceae
New Latin, from Greek Tritōn Triton 1
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The Josephine and the Tritonia also obtained pilots soon after.Up The Baltic
You hinted that you did not think you should go back to the Tritonia.
This must be the reason why he was caged in the Prince rather than in the Tritonia.
He left the Tritonia the night before we came from Barcelona.
But, if you wished to get back, why didnt you go to Barcelona, where the Tritonia is?