faner

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Crimean Tatar[edit]

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Borrowing from German Furnier ‎(veneer).

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faner

  1. veneer

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French[edit]

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From Old French fener, from Vulgar Latin *fenāre, from Latin fenum. Compare Occitan fenar.

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faner

  1. (intransitive, literary) to make hay
  2. (transitive) to toss, turn (grass, hay, etc.)
  3. (transitive, literary) to fade
  4. (reflexive) to fade, wither

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Swedish[edit]

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faner n

  1. veneer; thin slice of wood, a thin decorative covering of fine wood applied over other material

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faner

  1. Soft mutation of baner.