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epiphyllum, night-blooming cereus
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Chinese text: 曇花

The meanings in Chinese:

epiphyllum

night-blooming cereus

Night-blooming cereus is the common name
referring to a large number of flowering
ceroid cacti that bloom at night.
The flowers are short lived, and some
of these species bloom only once a year,
for a single night.

combination of characters:

floating clouds

pronunciation:
tan~2


flower

pronunciation:
hua~1

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epiphyllum, night-blooming cereus


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