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Correct spelling:
A species of narcissus of a deep yellow hue. See Asphodel.


Narcissus Pseudonarcissus.
acacia, African Violet, amaryllis, anemone, aster, azalea, baby's breath, begonia, Black-Eyed Susan, bloodroot, bluebell, buttercup, camellia, carnation, chrysanthemum, clematis, columbine, cornflower, cowslip, crocus, dahlia, daisy, dandelion, dogwood, duckweed, edelweiss, flax, fleur-de-lis, flower, forget-me-not, foxglove, foxtail, fuchsia, gardenia, geranium, gladiolus, goldenrod, hawthorn, heather, hepatica, hibiscus, hollyhock, honeysuckle, hyacinth, hydrangea, indigo, iris, jasmine, jonquil, lady's slipper, larkspur, laurel, lavender, lilac, lily, lotus, lupine, magnolia, marigold, mayflower, mimosa, narcissus, oleander, orchid, pansy, peony, periwinkle, petunia, phlox, poinsettia, poppy, primrose, Queen Anne's Lace, ranunculus, rhododendron, rose, rosemary, smilax, snapdragon, snowball, snowberry, spirea, strawflower, sunflower, sweet pea, Sweet William, trillium, tulip, verbena, viburnum, violet, wallflower, water lily, wisteria, yucca, zinnia, morning glory.
daffodil, Narcissus Pseudonarcissus.
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Examples of usage:
  1. In arranging the house for the spring wedding the florists have hit upon a new device of having only one flower in masses; so we hear of the apple- blossom wedding, the lilac wedding, the lily wedding, the rose wedding and the daffodil wedding, the violet wedding, and the daisy wedding. – Manners and Social Usages by Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood
  2. I went to a daffodil show, and found myself in the very hall where the military bazaar was held last year. – My War Experiences in Two Continents by Sarah Macnaughtan
  3. They may be guessed from the following: 'The daffodil was your great- uncle's favourite flower. – The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies by Walter Besant
  4. My daffodil- crowned, Slim and without sandals! – Sword Blades and Poppy Seed by Amy Lowell
  5. The interior is seen at its loveliest on those afternoons when that rich yellow light Mr. W. Dean Howells so aptly compares with the colour of the daffodil is flooding the nave and aisles, and glowing on the clustered columns. – Yorkshire Painted And Described by Gordon Home