[flan-uh-guh n] /ˈflæn ə gən/
Edward Joseph (“Father Flanagan”) 1886–1948, U.S. Roman Catholic priest, born in Ireland: founder of a farm village for wayward boys.
/flæntʃ/ noun 1. a variant of flaunch
[flan-derz] /ˈflæn dərz/ noun 1. a medieval country in W Europe, extending along the North Sea from the Strait of Dover to the Scheldt River: the corresponding modern regions include the provinces of East Flanders and West Flanders in W Belgium, and the adjacent parts of N France and SW Netherlands. /ˈflɑːndəz/ noun 1. a […]
noun 1. . noun 1. another name for corn poppy
[flah-nœr] /flɑˈnœr/ noun, plural flâneurs [flah-nœr] /flɑˈnœr/ (Show IPA). French. 1. idler; dawdler; loafer. /flɑnœr/ noun 1. an idler or loafer n. “loafer, idler,” 1854, from French flâneur, from flâner “to stroll, loaf, saunter,” probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian flana, flanta “to gad about”).