In the Gym (1884), Joseph Dierickx
1. the state or a period of flowering; blossoming.
2. an example or result of growth and development.
3. Chemistry: a) the act or process of efflorescing. b) the resulting powdery substance or incrustation.
4. Pathology: a rash or eruption of the skin.
Etymology: French, from Mediaeval Latin efflōrēscentia, from Latin efflōrēscere, “to blossom out”.