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 πλανᾱ́σθαι ‎(planā́sthai, 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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