noun, plural fils.
Origin of fils1
Definition for fils (2 of 3)
noun, plural fils. French.
Definition for fils (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for fils
At the wheel of a Winnebago, dubbed the “Mitt Mobile,” Romney fils visited all 99 counties in Iowa.
His chief dramas, the Fils naturel and the Pre de famille, are certainly not great successes; the shorter plays, Est-il bon?
As a moralist Dumas fils took himself very seriously indeed.
In preference I went to the Gymnase, and listened attentively to a comedy by M. Dumas fils.Confessions of a Young Man|George Moore
Thus was enacted the preliminary part of the plot to Americanize Andr Franois, fils.
Les Franais, fils ains de lantiquit, Romain par le gnie, sont Grec par le caractre.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
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Word Origin for fils
British Dictionary definitions for fils (2 of 2)
noun plural fils
- a fractional monetary unit of Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, and Kuwait, worth one thousandth of a dinar
- a fractional monetary unit of the United Arab Emirates, worth one hundredth of a dirham
- a fractional monetary unit of Yemen, worth one hundredth of a riyal