noun, plural fils.
Origin of fils1
noun, plural fils. French.
Related Words for filsboy, heir, relative, sibling, child, descendant, lad, male, disciple, native, ben
Examples from the Web for fils
Contemporary Examples of fils
At the wheel of a Winnebago, dubbed the “Mitt Mobile,” Romney fils visited all 99 counties in Iowa.The New Romney Dynasty
Samuel P. Jacobs
June 29, 2009
Historical Examples of fils
Madiou (fils) describes the mutual cruelties of the French and natives.
He was a gentleman, a fils de famille, of the English aristocracy.The Rough Road
William John Locke
He could say “mon fils,” just as he could say (with equal veracity) “mon automobile.”The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol
William J. Locke
Oh, mon fils, thou wilt write often, and I must know all the news.Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker
S. Weir Mitchell
Dumas fils, Ibsen, Brieux prove the truth of this statement.Dramatic Technique
George Pierce Baker
Word Origin for fils
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