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i·ke·ba·na

 (ē′kĕ-bä′nä, ĭk′ə-)
n.
The Japanese art of formal flower arrangement with special regard shown to balance, harmony, and form.

[Japanese : ikeru, to arrange + hana, flower.]

ikebana

(ˌiːkəˈbɑːnə)
n
(Crafts) the Japanese decorative art of flower arrangement

i•ke•ba•na

(ˌɪk əˈbɑ nə, ˈi keɪ-)

n.
the Japanese art of arranging flowers.
[1900–05; < Japanese, =ike(y) to make live, causative of ik- live + -bana, comb. form of hana flower]

ikebana

the Japanese art of flower arrangement, especially for the home.
See also: Flowers

ikebana

A Japanese word used for the art of flower arranging.
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