American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element fluorine.
- abbr. Fahrenheit.
- abbr. fail.
- abbr. farad.
- abbr. female.
- abbr. Genetics filial generation
- abbr. foul.
- abbr. franc.
- abbr. Friday.
- n. The sixth letter of the English alphabet, called ef and written in the Latin script.
- n. The ordinal number sixth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called ef and written in the Latin script.
- n. The sixth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet.
- n. chemistry Symbol for fluorine.
- n. metrology Symbol for farad.
- n. computing Hexadecimal symbol for 15.
- n. biochemistry IUPAC 1-letter abbreviation for phenylalanine
- n. physics force
- n. physics farad
- abbr. female
- abbr. A musical note
- abbr. Friday
- abbr. father
- abbr. forever
- abbr. stock symbol Ford Motor Company
- abbr. False
- abbr. Euphemism for fuck
- n. A failing grade in a class or course. The next best grade is a D. Some institutions issue Es instead of Fs.
- n. American Library Association Abbreviation for folio-sized books, over 30 cm in height.
“The "regulation" of F& F was aimed at creating a market with fewer regulations.”
“I dreamed up the mythical "F 'n' F" (F-- ed and Fallen) Club and called the first meeting to order.”
“I knew the first bit, how straight guys like to watch M/F and F/F -- but this bit is a tiny surprise:”
“A New F-Word for Google Search Results By Chris Sherman, SearchDay (Mar 8) - new study that shows that people read a web page in a pattern that is the same as the letter F -- " with the eye travelling vertically along the far left side of the results looking for visual cues (relevant words, brands, etc) and then scanning to the right, as if something caught the participant's attention.”
“In the case of Hume's Principle, each concept F is correlated with #F.”
“Everyone just like to F *** this and F*** that to people.”
“The content of my judgment ˜I am now having an F experience™ then rests on facts about my dispositions to apply the concept ˜F™.”
“F (x) of the language of Peano arithmetic a formula F² (x) =”
“GRAVEL: And an F-- and an F for the four senators in the Senate who could influence Pelosi and Reid to bring forth the tactics to end our involvement by Labor Day.”
“This disjunction-like operation, Â·Î´, is a (total) function from Ï (F) to F# defined by the following condition: GÎ´ =”
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I recently had a discussion with my family on the sex of language. So I was just wondering about y'all's opinions on the gender/sex of American English letters.
See also The Phonetic alphabet by oroboros.
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