[fuh-lah-fuh l] /fəˈlɑ fəl/
noun, Middle Eastern Cookery.
an appetizer or snack consisting of a small croquette made with fava-bean flour or ground chick peas, seasoned with toasted sesame seeds and salt, often served in pita bread.
a ball or cake of ground spiced chickpeas, deep-fried and often served with pitta bread
by 1951 as a traveler’s word, not common or domestic in English until 1970s; from Arabic falafil, said to mean “crunchy.”
[fey-lanj; Spanish fah-lahn-he] /ˈfeɪ lændʒ; Spanish fɑˈlɑn hɛ/ noun 1. the official state political party in Spain from 1936 until disbandment in 1977. /ˈfælændʒ; Spanish faˈlanxe/ noun 1. the Fascist movement founded in Spain in 1933; the one legal party in Spain under the regime of Franco Spanish political party founded 1933 as a fascist […]
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