Complete Definition of "felly"

English

Etymology
Old English felg, of unknown origin.

Pronunciation
IPA: /'fÉli/

Noun
felly

  1. the outer rim of a wheel, supported by the spokes
Quotations
1602 : s:Hamlet|Hamlet by w:William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, act 2 scene 2 lines 426-430
1922, w:James Joyce|James Joyce, w:Ulysses (novel)|Ulysses

Alternative forms
felloe

io:felly
te:felly
vi:felly
zh:felly

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