felón

  • 21 Felon — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Felon (film). 47° 43′ N 6° 58′ E / …

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  • 22 felón — (Del fr. felon.) ► adjetivo/ sustantivo Que es falso o traidor. SINÓNIMO desleal * * * felón, a (del fr. «félon»; no usual en f.; n. calif.) adj. y n. *Falso o *traidor. ⊚ (n. calif.) Capaz de cometer actos viles en que hay *engaño, *traición o… …

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  • 23 Félon — Au Moyen Âge, selon le droit féodal, le félon était celui qui rompait le contrat de vassalité. Le crime de félonie concerne aussi bien le suzerain que le vassal. Par exemple, on pouvait considérer comme acte de félonie, de la part d un vassal, le …

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  • 24 FÉLON — ONNE. adj. Traître, rebelle. Il s est dit proprement D un vassal qui faisait quelque chose contre la foi due à son seigneur. Un vassal félon.   Il signifie aussi, Faux, méchant, cruel. Coeur félon. Regard félon. Il est vieux …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 25 felón — {{#}}{{LM F17543}}{{〓}} {{SynF17996}} {{[}}felón{{]}}, {{[}}felona{{]}} ‹fe·lón, lo·na› {{《}}▍ adj./s.{{》}} Que comete felonía o traición: • Un grupo de militares felones intentó dar un golpe de Estado.{{○}} {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Del francés …

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  • 26 felon de se — noun or felon of oneself (plural felones de se or felons of oneself) Etymology: felon de se part translation of Medieval Latin felo de se; felon of oneself translation of Medieval Latin felo de se …

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  • 27 felon — [[t]fe̱lən[/t]] felons N COUNT A felon is a person who is guilty of committing a felony. [LEGAL] He s a convicted felon …

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  • 28 felon — UK [ˈfelən] / US noun [countable] Word forms felon : singular felon plural felons legal mainly American someone who has committed a serious crime such as murder or robbery …

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  • 29 felon — noun (esp. AmE) ADJECTIVE ▪ convicted ▪ former ▪ violent FELON + VERB ▪ serve sth ▪ felons who have served their …

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  • 30 felon — [13] Medieval Latin fellō (a word of uncertain origin, sometimes referred to Latin fel ‘gall, poison’) meant ‘evil doer’. Its nominative form gave English the adjective fell ‘fierce, lethal’, via Old French fel, while its stem form, fellōn ,… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 31 felon — I. /ˈfɛlən / (say feluhn) noun 1. Law someone who has committed a felony. 2. Obsolete a wicked person. 3. a convict. –adjective 4. Obsolete wicked; malicious; treacherous. {Middle English feloun, from Old French felon base, ? from Latin fel gall …

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  • 32 felon — [13] Medieval Latin fellō (a word of uncertain origin, sometimes referred to Latin fel ‘gall, poison’) meant ‘evil doer’. Its nominative form gave English the adjective fell ‘fierce, lethal’, via Old French fel, while its stem form, fellōn ,… …

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  • 33 felon — 1. n. & adj. n. a person who has committed a felony. adj. archaic cruel, wicked. Derivatives: felonry n. Etymology: ME f. OF f. med.L felo onis, of unkn. orig. 2. n. an inflammatory sore on the finger near the nail. Etymology: ME, perh. as… …

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  • 34 felon — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French felun, fel evildoer, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German fillen to beat, whip, fel skin more at fell Date: 13th century 1. one who has committed a felony 2. archaic villain 3.… …

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  • 35 felon — felon1 /fel euhn/, n. 1. Law. a person who has committed a felony. 2. Archaic. a wicked person. adj. 3. Archaic. wicked; malicious; treacherous. [1250 1300; ME fel(o)un wicked < AF; OF fel (nom.), felun (obl.) wicked person, traitor, perh. < Old… …

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  • 36 felon — 1. noun /ˈfɛlən/ a) A person convicted of a felony. b) evildoer; wrongdoer See Also: felonious, felony 2. adjective /ˈfɛlən/ …

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  • 37 felon — SYN: whitlow. [M.E. feloun, malignant] * * * fel·on n WHITLOW * * * fel·on (felґən) whitlow …

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  • 38 felon — Synonyms and related words: Judas, abscess, aposteme, bad person, bed sore, betrayer, blain, bleb, blister, boil, bubo, bulla, bunion, canker, canker sore, carbuncle, chancre, chancroid, chilblain, cold sore, convict, criminal, crook, culprit,… …

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  • 39 félon — see féolon past pl of feallan …

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  • 40 felón — s. n., pl. feloáne …

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