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  • n. Flathe; flan.

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From Middle English flathon, probably representing Medieval Latin fladon-, stem form of flado ("a flat-cake"), from Old Frankish *flado (“flat-cake”). Cognate with Middle English flathe ("a flat-cake", also "flat fish"). More at flathe.

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