Translation of lotus in Spanish:


loto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈloʊdəs//ˈləʊtəs/

nounPlural lotuses

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    loto masculine
    • Only the local fishermen know their way through the maze of tall reeds to the oases of lotuses and water lilies concealed within.
    • Choose round containers for lotuses so future runners don't get jammed in square corners.
    • If your pond is at least three feet deep, you can experiment with wild rice, water lotus, and water lily.
    • With a larger pond, you can have lilies or tiger lotus, maybe some taro or umbrella palm that will help shade the pond surface.
    • Apart from using the water, they can also be home to water plants such as lilies and lotuses.
    • Red lotuses floated on the surface of the water.
    • In early summer, the new lotuses bud and come out of the water, so the green water is dotted with white and pink flowers.
    • You see Thais offering white lotuses, waving incense and kneeling in quiet prayer at the various temples to the Enlightened One.
    • The starving men ate the fruit, but Ulysses quickly understood that the lotus fruit destroyed men's memories.
    • All water lilies and lotuses studied have aerenchyma.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • If tourists visit the garden in summer, they will be astonished by the pleasing green and red of thickly dotted lotuses.
    • Ganesh offers her one of his enchanted lotus flowers so that she might visit Buddha in the sky.
    • Many serious photographers were already in attendance to catch lotuses in full morning light.
    • 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 stout tubers of the waterlily and the lotus are edible when properly prepared, and have been an important starch crop both in Asia and North America.
    • The Asian sacred lotus represents the highest branch on the botanical family tree that shows heat generation.
    • The pond is full of lotuses, with their red, blue, green, white and yellow flowers emitting rays of light of the same colors.
    • Dotted across the ponds lotus flowers and water lilies are coming into bloom.
    • The flower of summer was the lotus, autumn the chrysanthemum, winter the plum blossom, and spring the peony.
    • A male bee enticed by the fragrance of the lotus flew into it.
    • The water level is low, and red lotuses float on its surface.
    • Many indigenous fish species in the lake, such as catfish, locally known as keting, melem and belida disappeared when people started taking the lotuses from the lake.
    • 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.
    • The lotus flower symbolises the complete purification of the defilements of the body, speech and mind, and the full blossoming of wholesome deeds in blissful liberation.
    • We would play around the fountains, and if we had money to hire a boat from the boating club, go boating in the ponds navigating carefully through a crowd of lotuses and lilies.