In Domesday it is spelt 'Flaneburg,' and flane is the Norse for an arrow or sword.
He took a long string from his pouch and fastened one end to an arrow.
The Diné, whirling on his heel, met the arrow with his throat, and pitched choking.
It was there, when all seemed finished, that I saw the arrow play and heard the question.
They fit into one another like the arrow point to the shaft.
The arrow that he sped from his cross-bow struck in the yellow flanks.
His body was poised for the attack, as a bow is bent to drive forth the arrow.
And why did the wind blow an arrow through your arm, friend Merchant?
(feather-equipment), the feathers of the shaft of the arrow: dat.
An arrow, with a letter attached to it, was shot into the camp, and carried to the prince.