(Χλωρίς, Χλῶρις; Chlōrís, Chlôris).
According to Ovid (Fast. 5,195ff.) the goddess Flora was originally called C.; Zephyrus took her as his wife and made her goddess of flowers. This juxtaposition is an invention of Ovid. It was taken up by Lactantius (1,20,8) and by the Anthologia Latina (747R.).