Meaning : Dahlia, Flower named for botanist A. Dahl, Flower Named For Botanist A. Dahl,

Origin : Latin, English (Modern), English,

Pronunciation : DAHL yuh, DAL-yə  ,

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Dahlia Expression, Dahlia Soul Urge, Dahlia Inner Dream


Numerology information Dahlia:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Additional information Dahlia:

additional"Black Dahlia" was the name of a famous murder case in 1940's Los Angeles. The flower was named after a famous botanist who discovered it named A. Dahl

additionalDahlia is the name of a bushy flower native to Mexico, where it is the national flower. It also means 'valley' in Swedish.

additionalNorse Meaning: The name Dahlia is a Norse baby name. In Norse the meaning of the name Dahlia is: From the valley.

additionalFrom the name of the flower, which was named for the Swedish botanist Anders Dahl.


Definition funny of Dahlia:

urbanIs the most beautiful woman you will ever meet in your life. she is kind, funny, caring of almost everyone, when she falls in love with the one person that loves her she falls hard.

urbanDahlia just gave me the best advice in the world

urbanA very hot, sexy, nice. rich girls. Shes is smart, confident, and kind of a nerd. But don't get fooled cause she's hot and has a freaky, lesbian, wild side. She might be the most attractive woman you meet. she shows a lot of cleavage, a good dancer, and a good friend to her bffs.

urbanGuy 1: Whose that girl with that angelic beauty? Guy 2: I bet her name is Dahlia. Guy 1: OOOHHH O.o

urbandahl·ia (day-lee-ya) noun: a flower that is widely cultivated for its classy, colored personality. verb: bright, bold, beautiful Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, perennial plants native to Mexico, Central America, and Colombia. The dahlia is named after Swedish 18th-century botanist Anders Dahl.4 In German the dahlia was known during most of the 19th century as Georgia, being named after the naturalist Johann Gottlieb Georgi of St. Petersburg, Russia.

urbanDahlia attends Pennsylvania State University Main Campus (PSU). There are at least 36 species of dahlia. Dahlia hybrids are commonly grown as garden plants. The Aztecs gathered and cultivated the dahlia for food, ceremonies, as well as decorative purposes,3 and the long woody stem of one variety was used for small pipes. Dahlias are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Angle Shades, Common Swift, Ghost Moth andLarge Yellow Underwing.

urbanA hispanic flower of the Daisy family; cultivated for it's brightly single or double flowers.


Expression information Dahlia:

expressionPeople with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.


Soul information Dahlia:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.


Songs about Dahlia:

songsDahlia - Phish  

songsBlack Dahlia (Explicit) by Hollywood Undead from the Album Swan Songs (Explicit Version)

songsBlue Dahlia by The Gaslight Anthem from the Album Handwritten (Deluxe Edition) [+digital booklet]

songsMy Dahlia (Ignoffo Sessions/2012 Mix) by The Smashing Pumpkins from the Album Pisces Iscariot (Deluxe Edition) [Explicit] [+digital booklet]

songsThe Black Dahlia [Explicit] by Dana Gould from the Album I Know It's Wrong [Explicit]

songsBlack Dahlia (Album Version (Edited)) [Clean] by Hollywood Undead from the Album Swan Songs

songsBlack Dahlia by Angel Haze from the Album Dirty Gold [Explicit]

songsBlue Dahlia by The Gaslight Anthem from the Album Handwritten


Books about Dahlia:

booksThe Dahlia Bakery Cookbook: Sweetness in Seattle by Tom Douglas (Oct 23, 2012)

booksDahlia's Deception (The Annihilation Series Book 10) by Saxon Andrew (Nov 17, 2013)

booksBlue Dahlia (In The Garden) by Nora Roberts (Jan 7, 2014)

booksDahlias: An Illustrated Guide To Varieties, Cultivation And Care, With Step-By-Step Instructions And Over 160... by Ted Collins (Dec 7, 2014)

booksThe Black Dahlia by James Ellroy (Sep 1, 2006)

booksMurderville 3: The Black Dahlia by Ashley & JaQuavis (Sep 3, 2013)

booksThe Darling Dahlias and the Silver Dollar Bush by Susan Wittig Albert (Sep 2, 2014)


Movies about Dahlia:

moviesUlli Lommel's Black Dahlia 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Starring: Elissa Dowling, Ross Atwater, et al. Directed by: Ulli Lommel

moviesThe Black Dahlia 2014 R CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 2 mins Starring: Josh Hartnett, Scarlett Johansson, et al. Directed by: Brian De Palma

moviesThe Black Dahlia Murder: Fool 'Em All 2014 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 7 mins Starring: The Black Dahlia Murder The Black Dahlia Murder Directed by: Robbie Tassaro

moviesFilm Noir 10-Movie Spotlight Collection 2014 NR - Runtime: 15 hrs 41 mins Starring: Alan Ladd, Brian Donlevy, et al. Directed by: Orson Welles, Frank Tuttle, et al.

moviesGarden Travels Dahlias Glendale Gardens 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 22 mins Directed by: Mark Morro

moviesThe Black Dahlia 2006 R - Runtime: 2 hrs 2 mins Starring: Josh Hartnett, Scarlett Johansson, et al. Directed by: Brian De Palma

moviesThe Blue Dahlia 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, et al. Directed by: George Marshall


Wiki information Dahlia:

Biological Genus, Organism Classification

Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native mainly in Mexico, but also Central America, and Colombia. A member of the Asteraceae, dicotyledonous plants, related species include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum and...

Black Dahlia
Film subject, Deceased Person, Person

"The Black Dahlia" was a nickname given to Elizabeth Short, an American woman who was the victim of a gruesome and much-publicized murder. Short acquired the moniker posthumously by newspapers in the habit of nicknaming crimes they found particularly...