See also: Falange

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Borrowed from Latin phalangem, from Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phálanx, battle order, array). Cf. also the related palanca.

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falange f (plural falanges)

  1. phalanx (Ancient Greek military unit)
  2. phalanx (bone)

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Borrowed from Latin phalangem, from Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phálanx, battle order, array). See also the related falanga and palanca.

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  • IPA(key): /faˈlan.d͡ʒe/
  • Rhymes: -andʒe
  • Hyphenation: fa‧làn‧ge

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falange f (plural falangi)

  1. (anatomy) phalanx
  2. (military) phalanx
    una falange di armatia phalanx of armed men
  3. (figurative, by extension) army, horde
    una falange di avvocatian army of lawyers

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Borrowed from Latin phalangem (phalanx), from Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phálanx, battle order, array). Cf. also the related palanca.

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falange f (plural falanges)

  1. (anatomy) phalanx; phalange
  2. (anatomy, dated) proximal phalange
    Synonym: falange proximal
  3. (military, historical, Ancient Greece) phalanx

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin phalangem (phalanx), from Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phálanx, battle order, array). Cf. also the related palanca.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /faˈlanxe/ [faˈlãŋ.xe]
  • Rhymes: -anxe
  • Syllabification: fa‧lan‧ge

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falange f (plural falanges)

  1. (anatomy) phalanx (one of the bones of the finger or toe)
    Hypernym: hueso
    Holonym: dedo
    Meronyms: falangina, falangeta
  2. (politics) phalange
  3. (military, historical, Ancient Greece) phalanx
    Meronym: hoplita
    Coordinate term: legión

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