flanco

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Portuguese[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From French flanc, from Middle French flanc, from Old French flanc, of Germanic origin, probably Frankish *hlanca, from Proto-Germanic *hlankaz (flexible", "to bend), from Proto-Indo-European *kleng- (to bend). Akin to Old High German hlanca (loin), Middle High German lanke (hip joint) (German lenken (to bend, turn, lead)), Old English hlanc (loose, slender, flaccid, lank). More at lank.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

flanco m (plural flancos)

  1. flank

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French flanc, from Middle French flanc, from Old French flanc, of Germanic origin, probably Frankish *hlanca, from Proto-Germanic *hlankaz (flexible", "to bend), from Proto-Indo-European *kleng- (to bend). Akin to Old High German hlanca (loin), Middle High German lanke (hip joint) (German lenken (to bend, turn, lead)), Old English hlanc (loose, slender, flaccid, lank). More at lank.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

flanco m (plural flancos)

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  1. flank