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daffodil

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈdæf.ə.dɪl/
a yellow, bell-shaped flower with a long stem that is commonly seen in the spring
Translations of “daffodil”
in Arabic نَرْجِس…
in Korean 수선화…
in Malaysian bunga dafodil…
in French jonquille…
in Turkish fulya, genellikle ilkbaharda açan sarı bir çiçek…
in Italian giunchiglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黃色水仙(花)…
in Russian нарцисс…
in Polish żonkil…
in Vietnamese thủy tiên hoa vàng…
in Spanish narciso…
in Portuguese narciso…
in Thai ดอกแดฟโฟดีล…
in German die Osterglocke…
in Catalan narcís…
in Japanese スイセン…
in Indonesian bunga dafodil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黄水仙(花)…
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