Orchid (noun)

  1. A tropical and subtropical flowering plant with showy and often fragrant flowers.
  2. Any of various plants of the orchid family, typically having colorful flowers and found in diverse habitats throughout the world.

Origin:

Late 18th century: via latin from greek orkhis, from orkhein "testicle" (from the shape of the root in some species).

Examples:

  1. The orchid has a delicate and beautiful flower.
  2. The orchids are grown in a greenhouse to protect them from the cold.
  3. The orchid is a symbol of love and luxury.
  4. The orchid is a very diverse family of plants, with many different species.
  5. The orchid is a popular flower for wedding bouquets.
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