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flèche

noun \ˈflāsh, ˈflesh\

Definition of FLÈCHE

:  spire; especially :  a slender spire above the intersection of the nave and transepts of a church

Origin of FLÈCHE

French, literally, arrow, from Old French fleche, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle Dutch vlieke arrow, Old English flēogan to fly
First Known Use: 1848

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