[flah-nœr] /flɑˈnœr/

noun, plural flâneurs
[flah-nœr] /flɑˈnœr/ (Show IPA). French.
idler; dawdler; loafer.
an idler or loafer

“loafer, idler,” 1854, from French flâneur, from flâner “to stroll, loaf, saunter,” probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian flana, flanta “to gad about”).


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