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felly

felly

noun fel·ly \ˈfe-lē\
plural fellies or felloes

Definition of FELLY

:  the exterior rim or a segment of the rim of a wheel supported by the spokes

Variants of FELLY

fel·ly or fel·loe \-(ˌ)lō\

Origin of FELLY

Middle English fely, felive, from Old English felg; akin to Old High German felga felly, Old English fealg piece of plowed land
First Known Use: before 12th century

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