See also: fant

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  1. A surname.

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Italian fante (lad, chum). Doublet of Infant.

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  • (file)

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Fant m (strong, genitive Fantes or Fants, plural Fante)

  1. an inexperienced person acting as experienced
  2. a dandy, an irrelevant person of pompous and vain apparence
    Synonym: Pinkel

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