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English - Noun

FLEUR (_plural_ FLEURS) * A fleur-de-lys.

fleur (plural fleurs)

  1. A fleur-de-lys.

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French - Etymology

From Latin _flōs, flōrem_ (“flower; the finest part of something”), from Proto-Italic _*flōs_, from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰleh₃-_ (“flower, blossom”), from _*bʰel-_ (“to bloom”).

From Latin flōs, flōrem (flower; the finest part of something), from Proto-Italic *flōs, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰleh₃- (flower, blossom), from *bʰel- (to bloom).

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French - Pronunciation

Wikipedia fr FLEUR * IPA(key): /flœʁ/ UNE FLEUR * IPA(key): /yn.fləːʁ/

Wikipedia fr

fleur

  • IPA(key): /flœʁ/

une fleur

  • IPA(key): /yn.fləːʁ/

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FLEUR f (_plural_ FLEURS) * (botany) Flower; bloom; blossom; collectively, the reproductive organs and the envelope which surrounds them in angiosperms (also called "flowering plants"). _Je suis allé cueillir une FLEUR dans les champs._ I went to pick a flower in the fields. _Il m’a offert de magnifiques FLEURS._ He offered me magnificent flowers. * (by metonymy) Flowering plant; angiosperm; the plant with flowers itself. _Les orchidées sont des FLEURS recherchées._ Orchids are sought-after flowers. * (figuratively) A kind favor given by one person to another. _Il m’a fait une FLEUR._ He gave me a kind favor. * (figuratively) The best of something. _Voici la fine FLEUR de la jeunesse française._ Here's the cream of the crop of French youth. _Mourir à la FLEUR de l’âge._ to die in the prime of life * (by metaphor) The virginity of a woman. * Jean de la Fontaine, _Fables_ Il est bon de garder sa FLEUR ; mais pour l’avoir perdue il ne se faut pas pendre. It is wise to guard one's blossom, but to have lost it one should not hang. * (archaic, chemistry) Substances with a state of purity or extreme separation, produced by sublimation. _FLEURS de soufre, de zinc, d’arsenic, d’antimoine._ refinements of sulfer, zinc, arsenic, antimony SYNONYMS * (flowering plant): angiosperme * (kind favor): aide, faveur, service * (best of something): crème de la crème, élite, gratin, meilleur, nec plus ultra * (virginity): vertu, virginité HYPONYMS * (flower, bloom, blossom): bractée, carpelle, étamine, fleuron, pédoncule, pétale, pistil, sépale, tépale HYPERNYMS * (flower, bloom, blossom): arbre, inflorescence, capitule, ombelle, plante MERONYMS * (flower, bloom, blossom): androcée, calice, corolle, gynécée, involucre, périgone, périanthe, réceptacle floral DERIVED TERMS

fleur f (plural fleurs)

  1. (botany) Flower; bloom; blossom; collectively, the reproductive organs and the envelope which surrounds them in angiosperms (also called "flowering plants").
    Je suis allé cueillir une fleur dans les champs.
    I went to pick a flower in the fields.
    Il m’a offert de magnifiques fleurs.
    He offered me magnificent flowers.
  2. (by metonymy) Flowering plant; angiosperm; the plant with flowers itself.
    Les orchidées sont des fleurs recherchées.
    Orchids are sought-after flowers.
  3. (figuratively) A kind favor given by one person to another.
    Il m’a fait une fleur.
    He gave me a kind favor.
  4. (figuratively) The best of something.
    Voici la fine fleur de la jeunesse française.
    Here's the cream of the crop of French youth.
    Mourir à la fleur de l’âge.
    to die in the prime of life
  5. (by metaphor) The virginity of a woman.
  6. (archaic, chemistry) Substances with a state of purity or extreme separation, produced by sublimation.
    Fleurs de soufre, de zinc, d’arsenic, d’antimoine.
    refinements of sulfer, zinc, arsenic, antimony

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French - See Also

* effleurer * efflorescence * efflorescent * fleuret * fleureté * floraison * floral * flore * passiflore * quadriflore * uniflore

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* “fleur” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

¿Qué la en categoríaMIDDLE ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Middle English - Etymology

Borrowing from late Old French _fleur_.

Borrowing from late Old French fleur.

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Middle English - Noun

FLEUR (_plural_ FLEURS) * flower

fleur (plural fleurs)

  1. flower

¿Qué la en categoríaWALLOON - ETYMOLOGY
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Walloon - Etymology

From Latin _flōs, flōris_, from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰleh₃-_ (“flower, blossom”).

From Latin flōs, flōris, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰleh₃- (flower, blossom).

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Walloon - Noun

FLEUR f * (botany) flower

fleur f

  1. (botany) flower


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