[fuh-lis-kuh n] /fəˈlɪs kən/
noun, plural Faliscans (especially collectively) Faliscan for 1.
a member of an ancient people who inhabited southern Etruria.
the Italic language spoken by this people, closely related to Latin.
of or relating to the Faliscans or their language.
an ancient language of Italy, spoken in the area north of the Tiber. It was closely related to Latin, which displaced it before 200 bc
[fahl-kuh n-hahyn] /ˈfɑl kənˌhaɪn/ noun 1. Erich von [ey-rikh fuh n] /ˈeɪ rɪx fən/ (Show IPA), 1861–1922, German general of World War I.
[fawl-kurk] /ˈfɔl kɜrk/ noun 1. an administrative district in the Central region, in S central Scotland. 110 sq. mi. (285 sq. km). 2. a city in this district, W of Edinburgh: Scots under Wallace defeated by the English in 1298. /ˈfɔːlkɜːk/ noun 1. a town in Scotland, the administrative centre of Falkirk council area: scene […]
[fawk-luh nd] /ˈfɔk lənd/ plural noun 1. a self-governing British colony also claimed by Argentina: site of a war between the two nations in 1982. 4618 sq. mi. (11,961 sq. km). /ˈfɔːlklənd/ plural noun 1. a group of over 100 islands in the S Atlantic: a UK Overseas Territory; invaded by Argentina, who had long […]
- Falkland islands dependencies
plural noun 1. the former name (until 1985) for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands