Translation of lilac in Spanish:

lilac

lila, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlaɪˌlɑk//ˈlʌɪlək//ˈlaɪlək/

noun

  • 1

    Botany
    lila feminine
    lilo masculine
    before noun lilac flower lila feminine
    • lilac bush lila
    • They come for the butterfly weed, lilacs, echinacea and anise hyssop, and especially for the white, lavender and pink butterfly bushes.
    • The sweet smell of lilies, roses, lilacs, buttercups, violets, and many other flowers Rodom could not even recognize.
    • If you are serious about lilacs, Lilacs: The Genus Syringa, is the one book that belongs on your bookshelf.
    • The assortment was beautiful filled with tulips, lilies, lilacs and pink roses, her favourite coloured rose.
    • Roger says he's used willow water for years to root azaleas, lilacs, summersweets and even roses.
    • A very popular flowering shrub, lilacs serve many purposes in gardens.
    • In March and April alone, daphne, forsythia, camellias, Japanese quince and lilacs continue in bloom.
    • She caught a whiff of perfumed fragrance as she passed a row of purple lilacs, and white jasmines.
    • The woods were thick with new leaves and fragrant with honeysuckle and lilacs.
    • There were some Siberian elms, lilacs and maples also.
    • He was standing in the center of a beautiful garden boasting blooming lilacs and tulips lost in a tangle of exotic plants, fruits and vegetables.
    • Under my skin my veins pule so hard, so much blood forced through them all at once, I wait to see them move, widen then shrink back down to thin strings of lilacs or purple tulips.
    • There were lilies and foxgloves, roses and lilacs, and some sort of fruit tree that bore square-shaped green fruit.
    • Hydrangeas are to summer as lilacs are to spring.
    • In addition there was a parterre of plants chosen for their scent: myrtles, jasmine, roses and lilacs, which were replaced when they began to fade.
    • Other flowers can be dipped in light batter and fried, to make delicate sweet fritters: elderflowers, apple blossom, acacia flowers, and lilacs can be used in this manner.
    • There were roses, lilacs, violets, lilies of the valley, impatiens, irises, and so many more.
    • Since then it has been found mainly in rhododendrons and viburnums, pieris, camellias, lilacs and other plants which have been imported or sat alongside imports.
    • The aromas of tulips, roses and lilacs filled his nostrils.
    • It also affects trees, such as lilacs, hydrangeas, chrysanthemums and red and Scotch pines, as well as many others.
  • 2

    (color)
    lila masculine
    (before noun) (invariable adjective) lila
    • His eyes were pale lilac, coloured contacts she mused, and they seemed to sparkle in the light like jewels.
    • With lovely chiffon dresses in colours like lime, lilac, rose, and lemon yellow you can indulge yourself.
    • Colours range from the ever-popular blues to pretty pinks, lilacs and fresh whites.
    • Violent lilacs, shocking pinks and hot crimson, matching the steamy temperature, mingled with more sombre beige and cream, as the ladies rose to the fashion challenge.
    • Fresh and fruity colours abound: pink, turquoise, lime green, yellow, rose and lilac are complemented with soft tones of white and beige, and very pale pastels.
    • Upstairs, Karen's bedroom, decorated with shades of her favourite colour lilac, remains exactly as she left it.
    • During anthesis, petals gradually lose their colour, becoming completely white or pale lilac by the end of anthesis.
    • Soft colours such as lilac, rosy pink, light green and silver create a light-hearted effect.
    • Love letters would be in some flowery font like, ah, I dunno one of the script ones and it'd be in pretty pastel shades of pinks and lilacs.
    • Upstairs the master bedroom with exposed stone walls on two sides has been stylishly decorated in lilac with off-white carpeting.
    • Natural colours - pebble, mushroom and lilac - soften the industrial core and contrast well with the metal staircase that links the gallery floors.
    • Some are white, many in hues of lavender and lilac, pale mauves and deep purples, and a host of other colors.
    • After a six-month absence, the come-hither tulips are extremely tempting in their lilacs, scarlets, apricots and girly pinks.
    • I get the feeling that yellow and lilac are your favourite colours.
    • His bungalow in London's Blackheath - home to wife Jackie and daughters Cecile and Hermione - is decorated in his favourite colour: lilac.
    • Long strips of colour zigzag across the landscape like a patchwork quilt, reds and yellows mingling with purples, pinks and lilacs.
    • With harmless colours like a mild metallic lilac and beige, it looks more like a feminine home appliance than traditional home office equipment.
    • Several clouds had blanketed themselves out across the hills and mountains in the distance, dark lilac over darker purple.
    • The queen's bedchamber sits daintily festooned with floral pinks and lilacs in a combination with gold, overlooking the south parterre.
    • It's coloured in Stella's preferred palate: gun-metal greys fading into muted violets and lilacs; lurid cerises and delicate eau de nil.