flabellum[ fluh-bel-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF flabellum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLABELLUM
In England the flabellum was in use even in remote parishes.
Fl, The flabellum which becomes the epipodite of higher forms.
The goddess of victory in the form of a vulture holding a flabellum or fan of feathers and a signet-ring in each claw.
The flabellum is used, though now rarely made of precious metal.
The sixth pair have no chel, but at the base have a peculiar process termed the flabellum.
As belonging to this family, we present here illustrations of Flabellum pavoninum, Lesson (Fig. 67).
The large organ of the flabellum and the branchial organs he has not taken into consideration.
A special sense-organ, such as the flabellum of Limulus or the pecten of scorpion, remains and gives rise to the auditory organ.
Upon the completion of the victory, four fan-bearers, each with crook and flabellum, offer the spoils of conquest to the king.
There is also in the same collection a capital of morse ivory for the handle of a flabellum, North German, twelfth century.