anthesis


an·the·sis

noun \an-ˈthē-səs\

Definition of ANTHESIS

:  the action or period of opening of a flower

Origin of ANTHESIS

New Latin, from Greek anthēsis bloom, from anthein to flower, from anthos
First Known Use: circa 1823

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