Etymology
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multiflora (n.)

1829, in reference to a type of rose bearing several flowers on one stem, from Latin multiflora (rosa), from fem. of multiflorus, "abounding in flowers," from multi- "many" (see multi-) + flor-, stem of flos "flower" (see florid). Multiflorous "many-flowered" is attested by 1760, from Latin multiflorus.

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Definitions of multiflora

multiflora (n.)
vigorously growing rose having clusters of numerous small flowers; used for hedges and as grafting stock;
Synonyms: multiflora rose / Japanese rose / baby rose / Rosa multiflora
From wordnet.princeton.edu