Definition of Fannell
1. fannel [n -S] - See also: fannel
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Literary usage of Fannell
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great by John Woody Papworth (1874)
"fannell. HÍ.V.VELL. Arg. a bend gu. within a bordure of the last be- ... Sr. William fannell, со. Northampton, V. JAMES. Arg. a bend gii. within a bordure ..."
2. The British Herald Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility & Gentry ...by Thomas Robson by Thomas Robson (1830)
"fannell, sa. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. on the cher. a mullet gu. for dift'. ... fannell, erm. a cross moline gu. FANNER, gu. a chev. betw. three ..."
3. The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, Knt.: In Thirteen Parts by John Henry Thomas, John Farquhar Fraser, Robert Philip Tyrwhitt, Edward Coke (1826)
"So it is no plea, without (//) special matter shewed : fannell V. fun- mi! cited. (я) Со. Lit. 217 a. ..."
4. Newfoundland and its untrodden ways by John Guille Millais (1907)
"Every bell in the place was ringin', every one who had a gun fired it off, and every woman in the place was cryin' and kissin' Michael fannell. ..."
5. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1887)
"... of All Hallows in the Wall, London, Currier, & Elinor fannell, of same, Spr, dau. of John fannell, of same, Cook ; at S1 Peter le Poor, London. ..."
6. Allegations for Marriage Licences Issued by the Bishop of London, 1520 to  by Joseph Lemuel Chester, Church of England Diocese of London (1887)
"... of All Hallows in the Wall, London, Currier, & Elinor fannell, of same, Spr, dau. of John fannell, of same, Cook ; at S* Peter le Poor, London. Feb. ..."
7. Promptorium Parvulorum Sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo-latinus Princeps by British Museum, Galfridus (1843)
""Fanon, a fannell or maniple, a scarfe-like ornament worne on the left arme of a sacrificing Priest." COTO. 1 To fare, Ang.-Sax. faran, ire, ..."