|kukkia englanniksi||blossom fi, flower fi, bloom fi|
: The blossom has come early this year.
: The orchard is in blossom.
*: in the blossom of my youth
*: How frail a flower thou do?t ?o highly a prize:/Beautys the flower, but love the flower-pot/That mu?t pre?erve it, els it quickly dyes.
*: You know, Darwin studied their fertilisation, and showed that the whole structure of an ordinary orchid flower was contrived in order that moths might carry the pollen from plant to plant.
: We transplanted the flowers to a larger pot.
: The dogwoods are in flower this week.
: We selected the flower of the applicants.
*: The choice and flower of all things profitable the Psalms do more briefly contain.
*: the flower of the chivalry of all Spain
: She was in the flower of her life.
*: A simple maiden in her flower / Is worth a hundred coats of arms.
*: The flowers of grains, mixed with water, will make a sort of glue.
: the flowers of sulphur
: rfquotek|W. Savage
*: And if any man lie with her at all, and her flowers be on him, he shall be unclean seven days; and all the bed where on he lies shall be unclean.
: This plant flowers in June.
*: when flowered my youthful spring
*: It only needed watering to take root, to flower and to fructify, and the watering came in due course.
*: That beer did flower a little.
*: observations which have flowered off
*: Leaving the weavers’ village behind you, and crossing the sandy bed of the Vengavati or ‘Swift-flower,’ which, however, contained not a drop of water, you reach the ancient Jain temple.
*: Rh?d?nus, i, m. The Rhodanus (now Rhone); a river of Gaul [prob. a northern word, meaning “Swift-flower or Swift-passer”].
*: sará-yu, f. [swift flower: ?sri] N. of a river (in Oudh), in C. gnly. û.
*: one that flows with force and speed; the fast flower
*: the rich blooms of the tropics
: The cherry trees are in bloom.
*: sight of vernal bloom
: the bloom of youth
*: Every successive mother has transmitted a fainter bloom, a more delicate and briefer beauty.
*: a new, fresh, brilliant world, with all the bloom upon it
: the rose-red cobalt bloom
*: Charitable affection bloomed them.
*: While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day.
*: A flower which once / In Paradise, fast by the tree of life, / Began to bloom.
*: A better country blooms to view, / Beneath a brighter sky.
*: These metallic bodies gradually increasing in volume finally conglomerate into a larger mass, the bloom, which is extracted from the furnace with tongs.