noun, plural fla·bel·la [fluh-bel-uh] /fləˈbɛl ə/.
Examples from the Web for flabellum
In England the flabellum was in use even in remote parishes.
A special sense-organ, such as the flabellum of Limulus or the pecten of scorpion, remains and gives rise to the auditory organ.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
The goddess of victory in the form of a vulture holding a flabellum or fan of feathers and a signet-ring in each claw.The New York Obelisk|Charles E. Moldenke
The sixth pair have no chel, but at the base have a peculiar process termed the flabellum.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
A portion of the cylindrical stem of a flabellum or aspergillum, probably French of the twelfth century, is in the British Museum.