One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A convex, fan-shaped rock surface, typically covered with rock fragments, formed by water erosion, typically at the foot of a slope where the course of a stream widens and becomes less steep.
An enthusiast of rock music.
Early 20th century. From rock + fan<br>1950s; earliest use found in The Guardian. From rock + fan.
rock fan/ˌrɒk ˈfan/
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