Origin of Flemish
Related formsnon-Flem·ish, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for flemish
In elections last May, however, the Flemish separatists won big, which could eventually pave the way to a partitioned nation.
The English and their Flemish allies cheered and celebrated the victory in disbelief.
In 1998, Bill Gates was meeting with Flemish Minister and President Van den Brande when he got a pie in the kisser.
His Flemish countrymen remained loyal to the last: it was his Castilian subjects who were driven to rebellion.History of The Reign of Philip The Second King of Spain|William H. Prescott
All the early memorials of Pembroke are either Norman or Flemish, those foreigners having settled here.
The goat, the sheaf of corn, the Spanish pack-saddle, all the accessories are painted with Flemish accuracy.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan
Trust Henri then for being a lout, a simple fellow who spoke only Flemish—but could hear in many tongues.The Amazing Interlude|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Indeed, one might even say that Flemish had practically ceased to be written and had become a mere dialect.Belgium|Emile Cammaerts