[fah-loon koo ng, gong] /ˈfɑ lun ˈkʊŋ, ˈgɒŋ/
a Chinese system of meditation, martial-arts exercises, and spiritual teachings.
a Chinese sect that practices this system.
a modern religious movement combining aspects of Buddhism and Taoism, especially the practice of qi gong, founded by Li Hongzhi in 1992
a spiritual, philosophical, and exercise system developed out of Taoism and Buddhism, with similarities to qi gong and t’ai chi ch’uan; also called Falun Dafa
Falun Gong claims to take energy cultivation to a new level.
Chinese ‘wheel of law’
[fawl-wel] /ˈfɔl wɛl/ noun 1. Jerry L. 1933–2007, U.S. evangelist and political activist.
[falks, fawlks] /fælks, fɔlks/ noun, plural falces [fal-seez, fawl-] /ˈfæl siz, ˈfɔl-/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. a structure shaped like a sickle, as a fold of dura mater separating the cerebral hemispheres. falx (fālks, fôlks) n. pl. fal·ces (fāl’sēz’, fôl’-) A sickle-shaped anatomical structure.
- Falx cerebri
falx cerebri falx cer·e·bri (sěr’ə-brī) n. The scythe-shaped fold of dura mater in the longitudinal fissure between the two cerebral hemispheres.
Trademark. 1. the Family Channel: a cable television channel. 1. . 2. . 1. Free and Accepted Masons. 1. Family Channel 2. Free and Accepted Masons 1. family 2. familiar