flacor

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *flak-, *flakurōną (to roam, wander), from Proto-Indo-European *plag- (to roam, wander), from Proto-Indo-European *pelə- (to wander). Akin to Old High German flagarōn (to flicker, flutter), Old Norse flakka (to wander), Old Norse flǫkra (to wander), Old English flicorian (to flutter), Latin palari (to wander), Ancient Greek πλανάσθαι (planásthai, to wander), Old Norse flana (to wander). More at flaunt.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

flacor

  1. (of arrows) flying
  2. flickering, fluttering

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