Remontant - (of certain roses) blooming more than once in a season. a remontant rose. Origin: Remontant is borrowed from French, where it is the present participle of remonter, "to remount." It entered English in the
Saporific - producing or imparting flavor or taste./OriginSaporific stems from the Latin wordsapor meaning "savor." The combining form -fic means "making," "producing," "causing," and appears in adjectives borrowed from Latin.
Pierian - of or relating to poetry or poetic inspiration. of or relating to the muses. Origin: Pierian is from the placename Pieria, the reputed home of the Muses in Greek mythology. It entered English in the late