Definition of Falange in English:

Falange

proper noun

  • The Spanish Fascist movement that merged with traditional right-wing elements in 1937 to form the ruling party, the Falange Española Tradicionalista, under General Franco. It was formally abolished in 1977.

Origin

Spanish, from Latin phalanx, phalang- (see phalanx).

Pronunciation:

Falange

/Spanish faˈlaŋxe//fəˈlan(d)ʒ/