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  • flōresco: ĕre, I v. inch. n. floreo, to begin to blossom or flower, to come out in blossom (class.). I Lit.: antequam (plantae) gemmas agant et florescere
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  • super-flōrēsco, ere, überblühen, sibi (von der Gurke), Plin. 19, 70. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • dē-flōresco: rui, 3, I v. n., to drop its blossoms; to fade, wither. I Lit.: omne frumentum ... deflorescit, Col. 2, 11 fin.; so in praes., id. 2, 10,
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  • épanouissement dans l’amitié, cf. Tusc. 5, 71 ; de Or. 1, 20. ef-flōrēsco, flōruī, ere (ex u. floresco), aufblühen, -sprießen, übtr., I) = hervorblühen, -sprießen
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  • in-flōresco: rŭi, 3, I v. inch. n., to begin to blossom, put forth blossoms: pristina aetas, Claud. Laud. Stil. 3, 124. * Look up in: Google | Google
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  • to bloom, blossom, flower (class.; esp. freq. in the trop. sense; cf.: floresco, vigeo). I Lit.: per terras frondent atque omnia florent, Lucr. 5, 214:
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  • rĕ-flōresco: rŭi, 3, I v. inch. n., to begin to bloom again, to blossom again. I Lit., Plin. 18, 16, 43, § 146; 19, 8, 47, § 160.— II Trop.: prima juventa
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  • sŭper-flōrescens: entis, Part. floresco, I blossoming all over: sibi cucumis, Plin. 19, 5, 24, § 70. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC
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