Fleming

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noun Flem·ing \ˈfle-miŋ\

Definition of Fleming

  1. :  a member of the Germanic people inhabiting northern Belgium and a small section of northern France

Origin and Etymology of fleming

Middle English, from Middle Dutch Vlaminc (akin to Middle Dutch Vlander Flanders)


First Known Use: 12th century


Fleming

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biographical name Flem·ing \ˈfle-miŋ\

Definition of Fleming

  1. Sir Alexander 1881–1955 British bacteriologist


Fleming

biographical name Flem·ing

Definition of Fleming

  1. Ian Lancaster 1908–1964 British writer


Fleming

biographical name Flem·ing

Definition of Fleming

  1. Sir John Ambrose 1849–1945 English electrical engineer


Fleming

biographical name Flem·ing

Definition of Fleming

  1. Renée 1959–     American soprano


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