Part of speech:
One who reigns over a state or territory, usually for life and by hereditary right, especially:
Any of various large nymphalid butterflies of the genus Morpho of tropical regions of the Americas, noted for the brilliant iridescent blue color of their wings.
An insect in the nonfeeding stage between the larva and adult, during which it typically undergoes complete transformation within a protective cocoon or hardened case. Only insects that undergo complete metamorphosis have pupal stages.
Any of various brightly colored nymphalid butterflies of the genera Limenitis and Vanessa, especially V. atalanta, having black wings with red bands.
To behave as a coquette; flirt
(Archaic) To flirt. Used especially of a man.
Any of various insects of the order Lepidoptera, characterized by four large, flat, membranous wings covered with small scales. The larvae of lepidopterans are caterpillars. Lepidopterans include butterflies, moths, and skippers.
To play amorously; flirt:
The large shiny brown seed of any of these plants.
To flirt is defined as to behave in a way to be romantically appealing to someone or to dabble with an idea or with participating in something, but not commit.
Mash is defined as to crush, grind or smash into a soft thick mixture.
A purplish-black European and North American butterfly (Vanessa atalanta) with white spots near the tips of the forewings and bright-orange bands across the forewings and bordering the hind wings
Any of a family (Hesperiidae) of mostly small, heavy-bodied butterflies, having threadlike antennae usually ending in a hook, and characterized by short, erratic bursts of flight
(Greek Mythology) A woodland creature depicted as having the pointed ears, legs, and short horns of a goat and a fondness for unrestrained revelry.
Any of various noctuid moths (esp. genus Catocala) having brightly colored hind wings that are hidden under drab forewings except during flight
To behave as a coquette; flirt
(Biology) Change in the form and often habits of an animal during normal development after the embryonic stage. Metamorphosis includes, in insects, the transformation of a maggot into an adult fly and a caterpillar into a butterfly and, in amphibians, the changing of a tadpole into a frog.
The plant Vigna aconitifolia, moth bean.
A man who is the governor of a country, province, or colony, ruling as the representative of a sovereign.
(Class. Myth., person, proper) The god of music, poetry, prophecy, and medicine, represented as exemplifying manly youth and beauty: later identified with Helios
The definition of a chrysalis is a hard shell spun by a caterpillar, moth or other insect in which a transformation or growth takes place.
To make love to; woo
The goddess of love and beauty.
A very large organisation.
(Person, proper) A feminine name
Any of several swift African perissodactylous mammals (family Equidae) of the same genus (Equus) as the horse and ass, having an erect mane and distinctive patterns of black and white stripes
The wormlike larva of various insects, esp. of a butterfly or moth
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