[fal-uh n-steer-ee-uh-niz-uh m] /ˌfæl ənˈstɪər i əˌnɪz əm/
a system by which society would be reorganized into units comprising their own social and industrial elements; Fourierism.
[fal-uh n-ster-ee] /ˈfæl ənˌstɛr i/ noun, plural phalansteries. 1. 2. any similar association, or the buildings they occupy. /ˈfælənstərɪ; -strɪ/ noun (pl) -steries 1. (in Fourierism) 2. any similar association or the buildings occupied by such an association n. 1846, from French phalanstère, name for one of the socialistic communities of c.1,800 people, living together […]
[fey-langks, fal-angks] /ˈfeɪ læŋks, ˈfæl æŋks/ noun, plural phalanxes or for 7, phalanges [fuh-lan-jeez] /fəˈlæn dʒiz/ (Show IPA) 1. (in ancient Greece) a group of heavily armed infantry formed in ranks and files close and deep, with shields joined and long spears overlapping. 2. any body of troops in close array. 3. a number of […]
[fal-uh-rohp] /ˈfæl əˌroʊp/ noun 1. any of three species of small, aquatic birds of the family Phalaropodidae, resembling sandpipers but having lobate toes. /ˈfæləˌrəʊp/ noun 1. any aquatic shore bird of the family Phalaropidae, such as Phalaropus fulicarius (grey phalarope), of northern oceans and lakes, having a long slender bill and lobed toes: order Charadriiformes
(Luke 3:35)=Peleg (q.v.), Gen. 11:16.