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Borrowed from French fils, son.
- Used after a proper name that is common to a father and his son to indicate that the son is being referred to rather than the father.
- (rare) The son referred to in the manner of the adjective above.
- Current usage of differentiating fathers and sons is borrowed from French; hence this term follows the name as it does in French grammar.
From Latin filius, son.
- IPA: /fis/
fils m. (plural fils)
- (in plural) sons
- IPA: /fil/
fils m plural
- Plural form of fil.; wires
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