At first glance, this makes us seem even worse than narcissus.
“I am going to be the nominee,” the modern-day narcissus declared while gazing at his reflection in the polls.
Calm down and reacquaint yourself with the myth of narcissus.
So also in some semi-double varieties of narcissus poeticus, and in Aquilegia.
But narcissus himself was destined to fall in love with a shadow.
narcissus and his confederates were greatly alarmed, and determined immediately that this must not be.
Again, take the stem of the chief tree in Claude's narcissus.
Give a plentiful supply of water in saucers to narcissus, or other bulbs when flowering.
The narcissus was still a peaceful ship, but mutual confidence was shaken.
Like narcissus of old, the lover may see his other self mirrored in the quiet waters.
type of bulbous flowering plant, 1540s, from Latin narcissus, from Greek narkissos "the narcissus," perhaps from a pre-Greek Aegean word, but associated with Greek narke "numbness" (see narcotic) because of the sedative effect of the alkaloids in the plant.
daffodil, a Roman whom Paul salutes (Rom. 16:11). He is supposed to have been the private secretary of the emperor Claudius. This is, however, quite uncertain.