Learn how to say Flax correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word flax:
a blue-flowered herbaceous plant that is cultivated for its seed (linseed) and for textile fibre made from its stalks.
Linum usitatissimum, family Linaceae
textile fibre obtained from the flax plant:
a mill for the preparation and spinning of flax
used in names of other plants of the flax family (e.g. purging flax) or plants that yield similar fibre (e.g. false flax).
another term for New Zealand flax.
Old English flæx, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch vlas and German Flachs, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin plectere and Greek plekein ‘to plait, twist’