filander definition

  • noun:
    • A pademelon.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting New Guinea.
    • The small intestinal worm which in turn causes the disease called filanders.
    • plural A disease in hawks, brought on by tiny intestinal worms. Additionally felanders.
    • The exterior membrane of instinct scraped down into the make of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • A name given by Le Brun (1711) to the short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
    • A pademelon.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting brand new Guinea.
    • the tiny abdominal worm which in turn causes the illness called filanders.
    • plural an ailment in hawks, caused by little abdominal worms. Additionally felanders.
    • The exterior membrane layer of gut scraped off into the make of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • A name provided by Le Brun (1711) into short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
    • A pademelon.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting New Guinea.
    • the little abdominal worm which in turn causes the disease called filanders.
    • plural an ailment in hawks, caused by little abdominal worms. Also felanders.
    • The additional membrane of instinct scraped down when you look at the manufacture of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • A name given by Le Brun (1711) towards short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
    • A pademelon.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting brand new Guinea.
    • the little abdominal worm which in turn causes the disease labeled as filanders.
    • plural A disease in hawks, caused by little abdominal worms. Additionally felanders.
    • A pademelon.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting brand new Guinea.
    • A pademelon.
    • The outside membrane layer of instinct scraped down in make of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • A species of kangaroo (Macropus Brunii), inhabiting brand new Guinea.
    • A name written by Le Brun (1711) to the short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
    • the tiny intestinal worm that causes the condition labeled as filanders.
    • the little abdominal worm which causes the illness labeled as filanders.
    • plural an illness in hawks, caused by small abdominal worms. Also felanders.
    • plural an illness in hawks, caused by little abdominal worms. Also felanders.
    • The outside membrane of instinct scraped off in make of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • The external membrane of instinct scraped down in make of catgut. Commonly as French, filandre.
    • A name written by Le Brun (1711) towards short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
    • A name provided by Le Brun (1711) towards short-tailed kangaroo, Halmalurus asiaticus or Macropus bruni. See philander.
  • others:
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
    • A simplified spelling of philander.
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