Alright, people are currently discussing their predictions for what Ruby and Jaune will find in the abandoned village, Kuroyuri, next chapter. This topic currently in debate comprises of either discovering Raven's tribe or confronting this aforementioned Grimm. However, that's not what this discussion will be pointing out. I don't know much about the Hanakotoba (language of flowers in Japanese) but I will do my best to explain it's uses, cultural identity, and what it could potentially mean for the next few chapters. What does the Kuroyuri represent, and what impact will its cultural meaning have on RNJR (RJ)?
First off, I'll begin with some more obscure and practical details of the plant. The flower itself is a nodding bell-shaped plant that is geographically prominent in the Northern Hemisphere (Western North America, Southwest Asia, and the Mediterranean). It's an ashen flower with the slightest tint of dark violet, dressed in a lighter shade of the same color in the middle. It's ashy appearance could be an attribution that we'll be seeing soon enough, since the village is abandoned (or potentially was) and may appear in a very run-down state. The bulb also seems to give off a "nasty odor", so once our two heroes arrive with Qrow, they may note a foul stench in the air. That's a callback to this flower.
One particular detail that caught my eye was what the Kuroyuri can do when made into a formulation. The flower can actually be used as traditional medicine when combined with certain extracts. Meaning, if this detail holds true in translation to the show, Ruby and Jaune will find an antidote in Kuroyuri for Qrow, either scavenged or given.
Now for the fun part: the flower's meaning in the flower language. We all remember how Shion translated into "Remembrance," Higanbana to "Abandonment" (Or other meanings), and Oniyuri went to "Wealth." Most of these were pretty self-explanatory. Kuroyuri... isn't. At least to me it's pretty brow-furrowing. According to the Hanakotoba, the Kuroyuri flower's cultural meaning translates into "Love, Curse."
That's... pretty obscure. I don't know exactly what this is supposed to entail, but I guess this is because we haven't actually seen the place, yet. I have a few thoughts, though. Perhaps it relates to Qrow's hallucination regarding Taiyang, when he says out aloud for him not to "go after her." Taiyang loved both Raven and Summer, and considering that both women had either left him or left for a mission but never returned, either one is equally plausible. I'm more inclined to believe that it would be Raven, since Qrow understands her the most and is more inclined to warn his former teammate, and she will likely be there. Taiyang was doomed to lose both loved ones, cursed. Perhaps something similar to this?
The second and final one that I can think of (please share your own opinions) is Qrow's effect on the world around Jaune and Ruby. The sole reason Qrow kept a distance while keeping an eye on RNJR was to avoid drawing misfortune upon them. With him under their care, they will most likely be affected by it now. That explains the curse part. Love, I'm not entirely sure for... What type of love can really be found in an abandoned village? Ren's love for his dead family? His care for Nora? ...Jaune and Ruby...? (This is mostly the Lancaster part of my brain, sorry, but anything's possible at this point). The curse part can easily be explained away with Qrow in tow, but love is still out there. I'm not sure.
You can expand on the points that I made here, or propose entirely different options that could make sense. Pure speculation is welcome (within the realm of reason) and I highly encourage you to share your thoughts.