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fairy Tweet Definition of fairy Like Definition of fairy on Facebook
noun (abstract noun)
  1. land of the fae, state of enchantment, associated with fays (as in fairy gold, fairy queen)
Fate Tweet Definition of Fate Like Definition of Fate on Facebook
proper noun
  1. Any one of the Fates.
  2. A personification of fate (the cause that predetermines events).
faun Tweet Definition of faun Like Definition of faun on Facebook
noun (pluralfauns)
  1. (greekmyth) A mythical creature with the lower body of a goat and the upper body of a man, occasionally with horns and/or a long tail.
fauna Tweet Definition of fauna Like Definition of fauna on Facebook
noun (plural: faunae or faunas)
  1. animals considered as a group; especially those of a particular country, region, time, etc.
  2. a book, cataloguing the animals of a country etc.
Faust Tweet Definition of Faust Like Definition of Faust on Facebook
proper noun
  1. a magician and alchemist of German lore who sold his soul to the Devil for knowledge
Fay Tweet Definition of Fay Like Definition of Fay on Facebook
proper noun
  1. A surname of Irish origin.
  2. (given name, female), pet form of Faith or Frances; often used as a middle name.
Fenrir Tweet Definition of Fenrir Like Definition of Fenrir on Facebook
proper noun
  1. In Norse mythology, a monstrous wolf, the son of Loki.
Fergus Tweet Definition of Fergus Like Definition of Fergus on Facebook
noun
  1. A masculine given name.
Finn Tweet Definition of Finn Like Definition of Finn on Facebook
proper noun
  1. A person from Finland.
Fionn Tweet Definition of Fionn Like Definition of Fionn on Facebook
proper noun
  1. (given name, male) from Irish Gaelic "fair, white", name of a legendary hero.
fortune Tweet Definition of fortune Like Definition of fortune on Facebook
noun
  1. Destiny or fate.
  2. A chance.
  3. Good luck.
  4. Lots of riches.
verb (fortun, es)
  1. (context, obsolete, intransitive) To happen, take place.
    • 1885: It fortuned one night that the Sultan purposed setting out on a journey next morning " Sir Richard Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night (Night 20)
Fury Tweet Definition of Fury Like Definition of Fury on Facebook
proper noun (Furies)
  1. (context, Roman mythology) female personification of vengeance

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