noun \ˈfēs\

Definition of FILS

:  son —used after a family name to distinguish a son from his father

Origin of FILS

French, from Old French fils, fiz, fil, from Latin filius — more at feminine
First Known Use: 1786


noun \ˈfils\
plural fils

Definition of FILS

— see dinar, dirham, rial at money table

Origin of FILS

First Known Use: 1931

Rhymes with FILS


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