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It Has 12 letters ( f l o r i o g r a p h y )         4 vowels ( o i o a )         8 consonants ( f l r g r p h y )         Word on the contrary yhpargoirolf

Which the Definition/Meaning of floriography in categoryENGLISH - SEE ALSO
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* FLORIOGRAPHY on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

Which the Definition/Meaning of floriography in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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From Latin _floris_ (“genitive singular of flower”)<flos (“flower”) + _-o-_ +‎ _-graphy_.

From Latin floris (genitive singular of flower)<<i class="Latn mention" lang="la" xml:lang="la">flos (flower) + -o- +‎ -graphy.

Which the Definition/Meaning of floriography in categoryENGLISH - NOUN
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FLORIOGRAPHY (_uncountable_) * Communication through the use of flowers. * 1965, _The Illustrated London News_, Volume 246, Issue 2, page xvi, Time was, the author assures us, " when no gallant knight or gentle dame could aspire to good breeding unless perfectly conversant with FLORIOGRAPHY." * 2009, Jeanette Ellis, _Forbidden Rites: Your Complete Introduction to Traditional Witchcraft_, page 289, The language of the flowers was called FLORIOGRAPHY in Victorian times. It has been used in folklore and witchcraft, without its fancy name for many hundred of years, coming originally from the East. * 2011, Iwona Eberle, _Eve with a Spade: Women, Gardens, and Literature in the Nineteenth Century_, page 23, Victorians also gloried in “FLORIOGRAPHY”, or written alphabets of flowers that assigned each flower a certain quality, such as friendship, hope, or gratitude.

floriography (uncountable)

  1. Communication through the use of flowers.

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