flügel

noun flü·gel \ˈflügəl\
variants: or

flugel

\ˈflügəl\

Definition of flügel

plural

flügels

or

flugels

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Origin and Etymology of flügel

German flügel literally, wing, from Middle High German vlügel; from the shape; akin to Middle Low German vlōgel wing, Middle Dutch vlōgel, vleugel; derivatives from the root of English fly


First Known Use: circa 1903


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