The club motto on the badge, designed by the late Charles Mitchell who died in 2010 aged 98, is Floruit Floreat.
What does FL stand for?
FL stands for Floruit (Latin: Flourished)
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of FL
We have 86 other meanings of FL in our Acronym Attic
- Flerovium (chemical element)
- Flexible Link
- Flexileave (UK)
- Flight Level
- Flight Line
- Flintholm (Danish railway station)
- Floor Levelness (concrete construction)
- Floor Lieutenant
- Florida (US postal abbreviation)
- Florin (coin)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Finally, the edition will include an extensive General Index containing a detailed list of names (including, where possible, birth, death and/or floruit dates) and locations.
THE BRIEF FLORUIT OF THE "SPASMODIC" POETS FOLLOWED CLOSELY ONE OF I nineteenth-century British radicalisms most signal defeats--the ejection of the 1848 People's Charter.
I read the makeshift grammars put together by missionaries, went further back in time to the earliest linguistic records of the Hottentots, word lists compiled by seventeenth-century seafarers, and then followed the fortunes of the Hottentots in a history written not by them but for them, from above, by travelers and missionaries, not excluding my remote ancestor Jacobus Coetzee, floruit 1760.
For beauty, he believed, is "the virtue of inscape" or the floruit of each object's form and being.
These dates differ from the estimate of Parmenides' akme or floruit, when he was forty years of age, at the 69th Olympiad (504-601 B.