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- Iris: Correspondences
- Iris spp. Folk Names: Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Iris, Juno Power: Purification, Wisdom...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary I
- (rainbow) Daughter of Thaumas, and Goddess of the rainbow. Like Hermes, she was a messenger and herald, and she served as an oath-taker on solemn occasions among the Gods, bearing a jar containing water from the River Styx, which would render a Divinity...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
- Orris: Correspondences
- Iris florentina Folk Names: Florentine Iris, Queen Elizabeth Root Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Aphrodite, Isis, Osiris, Hera, Iris Power: Love, Protection, Divination...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary O
- Blueflag: Correspondences
- Iris versicolor Poison Folk Names: Flag Lily, Fleur-de-Lys, Iris, Liver Lily, Poison Lily, Poison Flag, Snake Lily, Water Flag, Water Iris Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Money...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
- Sign Characteristics: Pisces
- Quadruplicity Mutable Day of the week Tuesday Birthstones Pink Coral Turquoise Aquamarine Colours Purple Grey Blue Flowers Iris Camellia Jasmine Lily Metals Tin Essences Incense Wistaria Animals Elephant Dolphin Dog GENERAL FEATURES Water sign ruled by...
Astrology >> Pisces
- Basics of Magick: The Use of Color in Magick
- White | Silver | Grey | Pink | Red | Purple | Brown | Blue | Green | Yellow | Gold | Black In magick, colors represent certain energies, goals, people and non-physical beings, such as deities or spiritual forces. For this reason, you should include candles,...
Symbology >> Colorology
- Chamomile: The Healer
- Chamomile is one of the oldest favorites amongst garden herbs and its reputation as a medicinal plant shows little signs of abatement. The Egyptians reverenced it for its virtues, and from their belief in its power to cure ague, dedicated it to their gods. No...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary C
Florentine Iris is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Florentine Iris books and related discussion.
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- Volume II
- Iris root. Orrice root, Florentine Iris root.
- ORRIS ROOT ALLERGY Orris Root, also known as Iris Florentine
- ALLERGY. Orris Root, also known as Iris Florentine, consists of the pulverized root of several varieties of Iris grown in Southern Europe.
- IFLA Conference, Glasgow 2002
- historical networks, the Florentine IRIS Consortium.
- GARDENS of WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
- gallica (Rose), Lilium candidum (Madonna Lily) and Iris ger- manica 'Florentine'( Iris) grow beside earliest known herbs in the Hortulus.
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- First XI Kitted out
- Fiorentina were founded in 1926 and their first kit was red and white halves, based on the giglio - or Florentine iris - that appears on the badge and is the traditional symbol of Firenze.
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- Florentine iris - definition of Florentine iris by the Free Online
- Noun, 1. Florentine iris - German iris having large white flowers with lavender- tinged falls and a fragrant rhizome.
- Florentine Iris
- The Florentine iris plant releases an aroma akin to violet. The rhizome-like root of the plant has a resemblance to ginger that has an odor similar to that of potato.
- Wild Plants of Malta & Gozo - Plant: Iris florentina (Florentine Iris)
- MaltaWildPlants.com is an internet online database of the wild plants growing on the islands of Malta and Gozo. .
- What does Florentine iris mean? definition, meaning and
- Dictionary entry overview: What does Florentine iris mean? • FLORENTINE Familiarity information: FLORENTINE IRIS used as a noun is very rare.
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