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Old French[edit]


From Frankish *fulc, *folc, *fluc, from Proto-Germanic *flukkaz ‎(flock, group, multitude). More at flock.


fulc m ‎(oblique plural fuls, nominative singular fuls, nominative plural fulc)

  1. flock (guided herd of animals)
    Paiens sunt morz a millers e a fuls (The Song of Roland, circa 1150, line 1439)
    The peasants died, by the thousands and in flocks.