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  • n. Plural form of flawn.


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  • Roast goose, roast beef, roast mutton, flummeries and flans and flawns, pastries and puddens and pies—it looks well for us, Richard!

    Morgan’s Run

  • Or, to take an example from comestibles, a Flanner limited his activity to the making of flat cakes called flans or flawns, from Old Fr. flaon (flan), a word of Germanic origin, ultimately related to flat

    The Romance of Names


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