felly

1 [fel-ee]
noun, plural fellies.

Origin:
Middle English felien (plural), variant of felwe felloe

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felly

2 [fel-ee]
adverb
in a fell manner; fiercely; ruthlessly.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English felliche. See fell3, -ly

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felloe or felly (ˈfɛləʊ, ˈfɛlɪ)
 
n , pl -loes, -lies
a segment or the whole rim of a wooden wheel to which the spokes are attached and onto which a metal tyre is usually shrunk
 
[Old English felge; related to Old High German felga, Middle Dutch velge, of unknown origin]
 
felly or felly
 
n
 
[Old English felge; related to Old High German felga, Middle Dutch velge, of unknown origin]

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It would be felly te call it independent or te style it a sovereignty.
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