Definition of Flaune
1. flawn [n -S] - See also: flawn
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flaune
Literary usage of Flaune
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies by Thomas Wright (1884)
"Hie flato, Ae flaune.4 25 Нес ... flaune. Wafers were « very light kind of cakes; in old French gouffres; ..."
2. A Volume of Vocabularies: Illustrating the Condition and Manners of Our by Thomas Wright (1857)
"Hic fiato, A" flaune.3 Hec ... flaune. Wafers were a very light kind of cakes: in old French gau/m: ..."
3. Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public record office by Great Britain Public Record Office (1907)
"... l rood of land in Tuxford and the advowson of a third part of the church of that town, and from John flaune, ..."
4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1819)
"... tempered and refined by rational views of religious truth, and animated by the pure and lively flaune of devotion. Though not backward in his efforts ..."