Definitions for flamflæm
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a drumbeat consisting of two notes in quick succession, with the accent on the second.
Category: Music and Dance
Origin of flam:
A freak or whim; also, a falsehood; a lie; an illusory pretext; deception; delusion.
To deceive with a falsehood.
God is not to be flammed off with lies. uE000126500uE001 South.
a freak or whim; also, a falsehood; a lie; an illusory pretext; deception; delusion
to deceive with a falsehood
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