Flagon

A flagon (ən) is a large leather, metal or ceramic vessel, commonly a pitcher, often used for drink, whether this be water, ale, or another liquid. ==Christian use== As a Roman Catholic term or use, the flagon is the large vessel, usually glass and metal, that holds the wine. Before March 2002, a flagon may have also been used to hold the wine du...
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flagon

[n] - a large metal or pottery vessel with a handle and spout
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Flagon

• (n.) 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.
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flagon

noun a large metal or pottery vessel with a handle and spout; used to hold alcoholic beverages (usually wine)
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Flagon

Flag'on noun [ French flacon , for flascon , from Old French flasche , from Late Latin flasco . See 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. &...
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Flagon

A glass bottle that holds two litres of (usually inexpensive) table wine.
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Flagon

A glass bottle that holds two litres of (usually inexpensive) table wine.
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Flagon

A tall covered pouring vessel with a handle, usually with a cylindrical or pear-shaped form.
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flagon

a traditional unit of liquid volume, generally equal to the wine (or U.S. liquid) gallon (about 3.785 liters). A flagon is a large, narrow-necked pitcher or bottle.
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flagon

Large vessels for serving wine or beer, like large-scale tankards, which were made throughout Europe, generally in pairs. Flagons have a flat bottom, slightly tapering sides and a handle and thumbpiece, often with a hinged lid. They were rare before the 17thC and usually made of ornate silver, to hold Communion wine. Towards the end of the 17thC th...
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Flagon

NATO codename for supersonic delta-wing fighter Su-15 , Sukhoi [SU]
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flagon

Old name for a bottle oversize with a volume of 2.1 liters. This corresponded to three bottles with the usual until the 1970s standard volume of 0.7 liters (today 0.75 l). See also below bottles and wine vessels,
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