Origin and Etymology of fane
Middle English, from Latin fanum — more at feast
First Known Use: 15th century
Rhymes with fane
ain, Aisne, ane, Bain, bane, blain, brain, cane, chain, crane, deign, drain, fain, feign, gain, grain, Kane, lane, Lane, main, mane, pain, Paine, pane, plain, plane, quean, rain, reign, rein, sain, sane, seine, Seine, skein, Spain, sprain, stain, strain, swain, thane, thegn, train, twain, Twain, vain, vane, vein, wain, wane, Wayne
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