Flaute piccolo[It., little flute], an octave flute.Flauto traverso[It., transverse flute], the German flute, held laterally, instead of being played, like the old flûte à bec, with a mouth piece at the end.

(Fla*van"i*line) n. [L. flavus yellow + E. aniline.] (Chem.) A yellow, crystalline, organic dyestuff, C16H14N2, of artifical production. It is a strong base, and is a complex derivative of aniline and quinoline.

(Fla*ves"cent) a. [L. flavescens, p. pr. of flavescere to turn yellow.] Turning yellow; yellowish.

(Fla*vic"o*mous) a. [L. flavicomus; flavus yellow + coma hair.] Having yellow hair. [R.]

(Fla"vin) n. [L. flavus yellow.] (Chem.) A yellow, vegetable dyestuff, resembling quercitron.

(Fla"vine) n. (Chem.) A yellow, crystalline, organic base, C13H12N2O, obtained artificially.

(Fla"vol) n. [L. flavus yellow + -oil.] (Chem.) A yellow, crystalline substance, obtained from anthraquinone, and regarded as a hydroxyl derivative of it.

(Fla"vor) n. [OF. fleur, flaur odor, cf. F. fleurer to emit an odor, It. flatore a bad odor, prob. fr. L. flare to bow, whence the sense of exhalation. Cf. Blow.] [Written also flavour.]

1. That quality of anything which affects the smell; odor; fragrances; as, the flavor of a rose.

2. That quality of anything which affects the taste; that quality which gratifies the palate; relish; zest; savor; as, the flavor of food or drink.

2. Wind or gas generated in the stomach or other cavities of the body. Quincy.

(Flat"ware`) n. Articles for the table, as china or silverware, that are more or less flat, as distinguished from hollow ware.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]

(Flat"wise`) a. or adv. With the flat side downward, or next to another object; not edgewise.

(Flat"worm`) n. (Zoöl.) Any worm belonging to the Plathelminthes; also, sometimes applied to the planarians.

(Flaun"drish) a. Flemish. [Obs.]

(Flaunt) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Flaunted; p. pr. & vb. n.. Flaunting.] [Cf. dial. G. flandern to flutter, wave; perh. akin to E. flatter, flutter.] To throw or spread out; to flutter; to move ostentatiously; as, a flaunting show.

You flaunt about the streets in your new gilt chariot.

One flaunts in rags, one flutters in brocade.

(Flaunt), v. t. To display ostentatiously; to make an impudent show of.

(Flaunt), n. Anything displayed for show. [Obs.]

In these my borrowed flaunts.

(Flaunt"ing*ly), adv. In a flaunting way.

(Flau"tist) n. [It. flauto a flute See Flute.] A player on the flute; a flutist.

(||Flau"to) n. [It.] A flute.

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