FLO

FLO

FLO or Flo may refer to:

* Florence Regional Airport in Florence, South Carolina
* "Flo", an American comedy television series
* Flo ("Cars"), a character from "Cars"
* Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International
* or "Flo", a skeleton of an extinct species of humanoid
* Florence (Amtrak station)
* "Forward Link Only", see MediaFLO
* Flo (Sweden), town in Sweden

People

* Tore André Flo, Norwegian football player
* Floella Benjamin, commonly referred to as "Flo"

See also

* Flow (disambiguation)
* Florence (disambiguation)
* Florian


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  • flo — flo·re·at·ed; flo·ren·cée; flo·res; flo·res·cence; flo·res·cent; flo·ret·ed; flo·ri·at·ed; flo·ri·a·tion; flo·ri·bun·da; flo·ri·can; flo·ri·cul·tur·al; flo·ri·cul·ture; flo·ri·cul·tur·ist; flo·rid·e·ae; flo·rid·i·ana; flo·rid·i·ty;… …   English syllables

  • Flo — oder Flo bezeichnet: Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International Fluoren, chemische Verbindung eine Variante des Vornamens Florian Tore André Flo (* 1973), norwegischer Fußballspieler eine Variante des Vornamens Flora (Vorname) Flo Hyman… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FLO — oder Flo bezeichnet: Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International Fluoren, chemische Verbindung eine Variante des Vornamens Flora (Vorname) eine Variante des Vornamens Florian Tore André Flo (* 1973), norwegischer Fußballspieler Flo Hyman… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • flo|ra — «FLR uh, FLOHR », noun. the Roman goddess of flowers. ╂[< Latin Flōra goddess of flowers < flōs, flōris flower] flo|ra «FLR uh, FLOHR », noun, plural flo|ras, flo|rae «FLR ee, FLOHR ». 1. plants of a particular region or time: »the flora of …   Useful english dictionary

  • Flo|ra — «FLR uh, FLOHR », noun. the Roman goddess of flowers. ╂[< Latin Flōra goddess of flowers < flōs, flōris flower] flo|ra «FLR uh, FLOHR », noun, plural flo|ras, flo|rae «FLR ee, FLOHR ». 1. plants of a particular region or time: »the flora of …   Useful english dictionary

  • Flo — (fl[=o]), n.; pl. {Flon} (fl[=o]n). [AS. fl[=a], fl[=a]n.] An arrow. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • flōþra- — *flōþra , *flōþraz germ., stark. Maskulinum (a): nhd. Flunder; ne. flounder; Rekontruktionsbasis: an., mnd.; Etymologie: s. ing. *plā̆t , (*plā̆d ), *plē̆t …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Flo-Jo — [Flo Jo] the popular name for the US runner Florence Griffith Joyner …   Useful english dictionary

  • Flo — f English: short form of FLORENCE (SEE Florence) and FLORA (SEE Flora), common in the early part of the 20th century, but now widely considered somewhat old fashioned (in contrast to most other short forms in o, e.g. Jo) …   First names dictionary

  • flȍk — m pom. malo jedro na pramčanom dijelu jedrilice u obliku trokuta ✧ {{001f}}njem. ← tal …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika


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