Definition of all-flower water in English:

all-flower water

Pronunciation /ˌɔːlˌflaʊə ˈwɔːtə/


  • A preparation made from the urine or dung of cows (especially when they were put out to grass in spring), used as a remedy for various medical complaints.


Early 18th century; earliest use found in Thomas D'Urfey (?1653–1723), playwright and writer. From all + flower + water, after post-classical Latin aqua omnium florum.