noun Etymology: New Latin, feminine of floribundus flowering freely Date: 1898 any of various bush roses with large flowers in open clusters that derive from crosses of polyantha and tea roses

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  • floribunda — /flawr euh bun deuh, flohr /, n. any of a class of roses characterized by a long blooming period and the production of large flowers often in thick clusters. [1895 1900; < NL, n. use of fem. of floribundus flowering freely, equiv. to flori FLORI… …   Universalium

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  • floribunda — [ˌflɒrɪ bʌndə, ˌflɔ: ] noun a plant, especially a rose, which bears dense clusters of flowers. Origin C19: mod. L., feminine (used asnoun) of floribundus freely flowering …   English new terms dictionary

  • floribunda — flo·ri·bun·da …   English syllables

  • floribunda — flo•ri•bun•da [[t]ˌflɔr əˈbʌn də, ˌfloʊr [/t]] n. pln any of a class of roses characterized by a long blooming period and a profusion of large flowers • Etymology: 1895–1900; < NL, n. use of fem. of flōribundus flowering freely …   From formal English to slang

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