What Is the Definition of Gladioli?

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'Gladioli' is the plural of gladiolus which is a widely cultivated perennial plant that belongs to the family iris and the genus Gladiolus. Its leaves are sword shaped and spikes of brightly coloured flowers.
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glad·i·o·lus
[glad-ee-oh-luhs]
NOUN [PLURAL GLAD·I·O·LUS, GLAD·I·O·LI, GLAD·I·O·LUS·ES, GLAD·I·O·LI]
1.
any plant of the genus Gladiolus, of the iris family, native especially to Africa, having erect, sword-shaped leaves and spikes of flowers in a variety of colors.
2.
Anatomy the middle and largest segment of the sternum.
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