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American English: /ˈloʊdəs/
British English: /ˈləʊtəs/

Translation of lotus in Spanish:

noun plural lotuses

  • Example sentences
    • Wild rice could have been found in the deeper waters of the backwater sloughs along with white water lily, American lotus, arrowleaf, duckweeds, and pondweed.
    • If your pond is at least three feet deep, you can experiment with wild rice, water lotus, and water lily.
    • All water lilies and lotuses studied have aerenchyma.
    Example sentences
    • The music is inspired by the Ancient Greek myth of island dwellers whose diet of fruit from the lotus tree makes them forget their past troubles.
    • The starving men ate the fruit, but Ulysses quickly understood that the lotus fruit destroyed men's memories.
    Example sentences
    • The Asian sacred lotus represents the highest branch on the botanical family tree that shows heat generation.
    • In one popular depiction, he sits on a lotus flower between the Hindu gods Brahm and Indra and creates a vast number of lotuses all with himself seated in their centers.
    • Two Swords are crossed in inner and outer conflict today but the flowering lotus, a symbol of love, in the middle of the two swords brings peace and compromise.
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