[frang-kish] /ˈfræŋ kɪʃ/
of or relating to the Franks.
the West Germanic language of the ancient Franks; Old Franconian.
See also (def 1).
the ancient West Germanic language of the Franks, esp the dialect that contributed to the vocabulary of modern French See also Franconian, Old High German
of or relating to the Franks or their language
1802, from Frank + -ish. As the name of a germanic language spoken by the ancient Franks, from 1863. (Frenkis is recorded c.1400.)
[frangk-luh nd] /ˈfræŋk lənd/ noun 1. Sir Edward, 1825–99, English chemist: developed theory of valence.
[frangk-lin] /ˈfræŋk lɪn/ noun, English History. 1. (in the 14th and 15th centuries) a freeholder who was not of noble birth. [frangk-lin] /ˈfræŋk lɪn/ noun 1. Aretha [uh-ree-thuh] /əˈri θə/ (Show IPA), born 1942, U.S. singer. 2. Benjamin, 1706–90, American statesman, diplomat, author, scientist, and inventor. 3. Sir John, 1786–1847, English Arctic explorer. 4. John […]
[frangk-lin-ee-uh] /fræŋkˈlɪn i ə/ noun 1. a shrub or small tree, Franklinia alatamaha, of the tea family, originally native to the SE U.S. and now found only in cultivation, having glossy leaves and large, solitary white flowers.
[frangk-li-nahyt] /ˈfræŋk lɪˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a mineral of the spinel group, an oxide of zinc, manganese, and iron, occurring in black octahedral crystals or in masses: formerly mined for zinc. /ˈfræŋklɪˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a black mineral consisting of an oxide of iron, manganese, and zinc: a source of iron and zinc. Formula: (Fe,Mn,Zn) (Fe,Mn)2O4