Definition of Fanals

1. fanal [n] - See also: fanal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fanals

fan mail
fan out
fan palm
fan palms
fan service
fan sign
fan tracery
fan translation
fan translations
fan translator
fan translators
fan vaulting
fanac
fanal
fanaloka
fanals (current term)
fanam
fanart
fanatic
fanatical
fanatically
fanaticalness
fanaticalnesses
fanaticise
fanaticised
fanaticises
fanaticising
fanaticism
fanaticisms
fanaticize

Literary usage of Fanals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Die Balearen: Geschildert in Wort und Bild by Ludwig Salvator (1897)
"Weiter in das Thal hinein liegen fünf kleine Häuser. Can fanals liegt ganz in der Nähe von Can Bosch auf einer kleinen Erhöhung. ..."

2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1864)
"In France these fanals seem to be confined to the Celtic districts, and it is not impossible that the Celtic races in Ireland may have seen and copied them. ..."

3. Zoology for High Schools and Colleges by Alpheus Spring Packard (1881)
"62, t) passes directly into the water-vascular ring (Fig. 62) and then into the ten Polian vesicles and the five radial fanals, ..."

4. Phallic Objects, Monuments and Remains: Illustrations of the Rise and by Hargrave Jennings (1889)
"In France, these fanals seem to be confined to the Celtic districts, and it is not impossible that the Celtic races in Ireland may have seen and copied them ..."

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