A marsh plant (Calla palustris) of the North Temperate Zone, having small, densely clustered, greenish flowers partly enclosed in a spreading white spathe. Also called water arum.(noun)
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Use "calla" in a sentence
"This season I think I made the blooper reel because I couldn't get out the word 'calla lilies.'"
"Your white calla is one of these, and the rich golden-club; and sweet flag – which many people call"
"Monogram choices include adding wedding flowers such as calla lilies, roses, orchids, tulips and bouquets."