Complete Definition of "flame"

English

Etymology
From Middle-English flaumbe, variant of Old French flambe, from Latin flamma

Pronunciation
IPA|/fleɪm/, SAMPA|/fleIm/
audio|en-us-flame.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-eɪm|-eɪm

Adjective
en-adj-notcomp

  1. colour of a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame.

Translations
trans-top|colour
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Noun
en-noun

  1. The visible part of fire.
  2. Girlfriend, lover in usually short-lived but passionate affair.
  3. internet Insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger.
  4. colour a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame.

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Translations
trans-top|part of fire
Albanian: flakë f
Basque: kar, gar, sugar
Bosnian: plamen#Bosnian|plamen m
Catalan: flama f
CJKV Characters: ç
Chinese: ç«ç°
Croatian: plamen m
Czech: plamen#Czech|plamen m
Danish: flamme c, lue c
Dutch: vlam f
Esperanto: flamo
Estonian: leek
Finnish: liekki
French: flamme f
Frisian: flam
German: Flamme f
Greek: ÏλÏγα f
Guaraní: tatarendy
Hebrew: ×××× f, ×ש|×Öµ×©× f
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Hungarian: láng
Interlingua: flamma
Indonesian: nyala
Italian: fiamma f
Japanese: ç (ã»ã®ã, honoo), ç«ç (ããã, kaen)
Korean: íì¼
Kurdish: KUchar|بڵÛسÙâ
Latin: flamma f
Nahuatl: cuezaltol
Old English: lig|līġ
Polish: pÅomieÅ m
Portuguese: chama f, flama f
Romanian: flacÄrÄ f
Russian: Ð¿Ð»Ð°Ð¼Ñ n (plamya)
Serbian:
:Cyrillic: пламен#Serbian|пламен m
:Latin: plamen#Serbian|plamen m
Slovene: plamen m
Spanish: flama f, llama
Tupinambá: ataendy (t-)
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trans-top|girlfriend
Danish: flamme c
German: Flamme f
Italian: fiamma f
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Japanese: æ人 (ããã³ã¨, koibito), å½¼ (ãã, male), 彼女 (ãã®ãã, female)
Polish: kochanka f
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trans-top|criticism
Estonian: leim
Japanese: å©ã, ãã¬ã¼ã 
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Polish: krytycyzm m
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trans-top|colour
Japanese: çè²
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Verb
en-verb|flam|ing

  1. To produce flames.
  2. internet To post a destructively critical or abusive message, especially to provoke dissent or controversy

Translations
trans-top|make fire
Danish: flamme
Interlingua: flammar
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Italian: fiammeggiare, infiammare
Japanese: çãåºã (ã»ã®ããã ã, honoo wo dasu), çãã (ããã), çãä¸ãã (ããããã)
Kurdish: KUchar|ئاگرگرتÙ
Polish: rozpaliÄ, roznieciÄ
Portuguese: inflamar
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trans-top|post message
Danish: blusse
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Russian: ÑлеймиÑÑ (flejmít')
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Derived terms
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flamboyant
flame bait
flame carbon
flame cell
flame gun
flame nettle
flame of the forest
flame out
mid3
flame test
flame tree
flame war
flame-arc lamp
flamecrest
flameout
flame-out
mid3
flameproof
flame-retardant
flamethrower
flaming sword
flamingo
inflame

Related terms
top3
chamiso
coleus
flammable
mid3
oriflamme
phlogiston
mid3
phlogopite
phlox

See also
Wiktionary_Appendix:Colours|Appendix:Colours

Category:1000 English basic words
Category:Colors
Category:Reds

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