Origin of falchion
Examples from the Web for falchion
I introduced him to Mrs. Falchion last night, but he did not stay long on deck, because he felt ill.
This book, like Mrs. Falchion, was published in two volumes in January.The Trail of the Sword, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Take my advice, Mrs. Falchion, and come to Sunburst and see the salmon-fishers at work, both day and night.
He learned from Justine that Mrs. Falchion had gone to see Roscoe, and that he would probably meet her if he went that way.
Goodness only knew what a falchion was, but there was the Griffin, and his history was an improvement upon the eternal Cat.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
British Dictionary definitions for falchion
Word Origin for falchion
Word Origin and History for falchion
"broad sword, somewhat curved," c.1300, fauchoun, from Old French fauchon, from Vulgar Latin *falcionem, from diminutive of Latin falx "sickle."