German: the flower.
Etymology: from Middle High German bluome, from Old High German bluomo, from Proto-Germanic *blōmô. Akin to Low German Bloom, Dutch bloem, English bloom, Danish blomme, Swedish blomma, from *blōaną.
[Lyle Hatch - Die Blume]
Lyle crawling a dungeon with his kitty
1. an object or a work composed of or decorated in many colours.
2. having many or various colours; polychromatic.
3. made or decorated in many or various colours.
Etymology: earlier polychrom, ultimately from Greek polýchrōmos “many-coloured”.
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