[flaj-uh-luh nt, fluh-jel-uh nt] /ˈflædʒ ə lənt, fləˈdʒɛl ənt/
a person who or scourges himself or herself for religious discipline.
a person who derives sexual pleasure from whipping or being whipped by another person.
(often initial capital letter) one of a medieval European sect of fanatics who practiced scourging in public.
a flagellant attack on the opposition party.
a person who whips himself or others either as part of a religious penance or for sexual gratification
(often capital) (in medieval Europe) a member of a religious sect who whipped themselves in public
late 16c., from Latin flagellantem (nominative flagellans), present participle of flagellare “to scourge, lash” (see flagellum).
[fluh-jel-er] /fləˈdʒɛl ər/ adjective, Biology. 1. of or relating to a .
- Flagellar antigen
flagellar antigen n. A heat-labile antigen found in bacterial flagella. Also called H antigen.
- Fixed disk
storage A hard disk which is not a removable disk.
noun 1. a cost unvarying with a change in the volume of business (distinguished from ).