Definition funny of Felkin:

urbanA Patronymic surename created from a form of the medieval personal name "Philip." It was also a habitational name from a place name in Oxfordshire. Forms of the name such as Filking(es) are found in the region from the 12th and 13th century. First found in Cheshire where they were seated anciently as Lords of the Manor.

urban" She's very loyal, like a Felkins"


Books about Felkin:

booksDeath in a Fair Place: A Bill Felkin Mystery by W.L. Taylor (Sep 21, 2014)

booksDread in a Fair Place (A Bill Felkin Mystery) by W.L. Taylor (May 22, 2014)

booksFelkin's Inner Order Tarot Trumps by Robert Felkin (2005)

booksFelkin's History of the Machine-Wrought Hosiery and Lace Manufactures, Centenary Edition by Chapman S (1967)

booksFelkin's History of the Machine-Wrought Hosiery and Lace Manufactures by Stanley) (Index By Uppadine, Sheila) Felkin (Introducced By Chapman (1967)

booksEmin Pasha in Central Africa. Being a collection of his letters and journals. Edited and annotated by G. Schweinfurth... by Eduard Carl Oscar Theodor Schnitzer and Robert William Felkin (Mar 26, 2011)

booksThe Science of Education. Its general principles deduced from its aim and the aesthetic revelation of the world... by Johann Friedrich; Henry M. & Emmie Felkin (translators) Herbart (1892)


Wiki information Felkin:

Robert William Felkin
Organization founder, Person, Deceased Person, Author

Robert William Felkin was a medical missionary and explorer, a ceremonial magician and member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a prolific author on Uganda and Central Africa, and early anthropologist, with an interest in ethno-medicine and...

Hugh Felkin
Chemist, Deceased Person, Person

Hugh Felkin was a research chemist in France from 1950 to 1990 and a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry. In 1967, he proposed a model to predict the stereochemical outcome of the addition of nucleophiles to carbonylic compounds. This model...