Flim



/flɪm/
noun
1.
(Northern English, dialect) a five-pound note

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    [flim-flam] /ˈflɪmˌflæm/ Informal. noun 1. a trick or deception, especially a swindle or confidence game involving skillful persuasion or clever manipulation of the victim. 2. a piece of nonsense; twaddle; bosh. verb (used with object), flimflammed, flimflamming. 3. to trick, deceive, swindle, or cheat: A fortuneteller flimflammed her out of her savings. /ˈflɪmˌflæm/ noun 1. […]

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  • Flim-flam

    n. also flimflam, 1530s, a contemptuous echoic construction, perhaps connected to some unrecorded dialectal word from Scandinavian (cf. Old Norse flim “a lampoon”). From 1650s as a verb.

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