Definitions for flagonˈflæg ən
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a large bottle for wine, liquors, etc.
a container for holding liquids with a handle, a spout, and usu. a cover.
Origin of flagon:
1425–75; late ME, var. of flakon < MF fla(s)con < LL flascōnem, acc. of flascō
a large metal or pottery vessel with a handle and spout; used to hold alcoholic beverages (usually wine)
A large bottle for drinks such as wine or cider.
The amount that such a bottle holds, about 1.13 litres.
A large vessel usually with a handle, spout and lid, for drinks such as wine or cider.
Origin: flagon, variation of flakon, from flacon, from flascōnem, accusative of flascō "flask, bottle, container", of origin, from flaska "flask, bottle" from flaskōn, from flehtanan, from the practice of plaiting or wrapping bottles in straw casing. See fiasco. Akin to flaska ( Flasche), flaska ( flaske), flasce. More at flask
a vessel with a narrow mouth, used for holding and conveying liquors. It is generally larger than a bottle, and of leather or stoneware rather than of glass