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The meaning of Alfileria

Alfileria – definition

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Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

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Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

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Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

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Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

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Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

noun

Any of several storksbills of the eurasian genus erodium, especially e. cicutarium (with bright pink flowers) and e. moschatum (with purple flowers), formerly cultivated as forage plants and now widely naturalized in north america.

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阿尔菲利亚

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Alfilerie

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अल्फाइलेरिया

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Альфилерия

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