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lily of the valley
n. pl. lilies of the valley
A widely cultivated ornamental plant (Convallaria majalis) having one-sided racemes of fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers.
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lily of the valley
n, pl lilies of the valley
(Plants) a small liliaceous plant, Convallaria majalis, of Eurasia and North America cultivated as a garden plant, having two long oval leaves and spikes of white bell-shaped flowers
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lil′y of the val′ley
n., pl. lilies of the valley.
a plant, Convallaria majalis, of the lily family, having an elongated cluster of small, drooping, bell-shaped, fragrant white flowers.
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|Noun||1.||lily of the valley - low-growing perennial plant having usually two large oblong lanceolate leaves and a raceme of small fragrant nodding bell-shaped flowers followed by scarlet berries|
liliaceous plant - plant growing from a bulb or corm or rhizome or tuber
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cây hoa lan chuông
lily of the valleyn → mughetto
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
lily of the valley→ زِنْبَقُ الوَادِي konvalinka liljekonval Maiglöckchen άνθεμις muguete kielo muguet đurđica mughetto ドイツスズラン 은방울꽃 lelietje-van-dalen liljekonvall konwalia lírio-do-vale ландыш liljekonvalj ดอกไม้ชื่อลิลลี่ออฟเดอะแวลลี่ มีสีขาวมีกลิ่นหอม inci çiçeği cây hoa lan chuông 铃兰
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