Definitions for "Orchid"
Any plant of the order Orchidaceæ. See Orchidaceous.
a member of the largest and most advanced blooming plant family
a plant that cannot grow on its own, but must be supported and nourished by a tree
Orchid is Opeth's debut album. Even so, it shows signs of Opeth's signature sound that can be found in all of their releases: the combination of heavy death metal elements, as well as softer progressive elements such as acoustic guitars and clean vocals. Most of the songs on this album run for at least 10 minutes, with the exception of "Requiem", a short acoustic instrumental track, and "Silhouette", a three-minute piano interlude that is played by Anders Nordin.
Considered by many to be one of the pioneers of the "screamo" sound, Orchid combined a post-modern aesthetic with hardcore punk, releasing several now-hard-to-find EPs and splits as well as three full-length records. Orchid's influences are assumed to be Canadian hardcore band Union of Uranus and One Eyed God Prophecy, but band members more often cite the German bands Systral and Carol.
Usually white, or in shades of pink, lavender or yellow. Expensive, but popular and easy to locate. Available year-round through florists. (See also Cattleya, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis).
any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
a complex, wonderful, beautiful, natural thing, but it is not something that can be built
a perfect example of a thing of beauty that has been admired, grown, nurtured and appreciated by millions of people throughout the ages and all over the world
Orchid is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in X-Statix #1.
Keywords:  purple, light
a light purple.