Definition of Orchids. Meaning of Orchids. Synonyms of Orchids

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Definition of Orchids

Orchid
Orchid Or"chid, n. [See Orchis.] (Bot.) Any plant of the order Orchidace[ae]. See Orchidaceous.

Meaning of Orchids from wikipedia

- known as the "City of Orchids", which has some 3,500 species of orchid native to the area Orchids of the Philippines Orchids of Western Australia Nero...
- The Orchids are a Scottish band that achieved success with Sarah Records. Formed in Penilee in Glasgow in 1985, the Orchids released a series of underground...
- Clarke suggested the name 'The Blessed Orchids' but according to Bramah, Goldstraw mis-remembered it as 'The Blue Orchids' and the name stuck. The band signed...
- extended through the orchids, which are a part of the local food chain. Jack says that since they must be close to the orchids, they should press on...
- Cypripedioideae is a subfamily of orchids commonly known as lady's slipper orchids, lady slipper orchids or slipper orchids. Cypripedioideae includes the...
- and clone the rare ghost orchid for profit. Along the way, Orlean becomes fascinated with ghost orchids and meets many orchid enthusiasts. In their and...
- abridged form in The American Magazine: "Black Orchids" (August 1941, abridged as "Death Wears an Orchid") "Cordially Invited to Meet Death" (April 1942...
- Orchids is the debut album of dream pop band Astral. It contained ten songs and was released in 2003. The title track, Orchids, is a highly melodic instrumental...
- Wild Orchid may refer to: Wild orchid, a noncultivated orchid Wild Orchids (film), a 1929 MGM film starring Greta Garbo Wild Orchid (film), a 1989 film...
- Entanglement "Orchids," a song by Stone Sour on the album Stone Sour Orchid (color), a bright rich purple color Orchid, Florida, United States Orchid, Missouri...
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