from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a people of Benin and neighboring parts of Nigeria.
- n. The Gbe language of the Fon.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A language of Benin and Togo, specifically, in the southern regions corresponding to the former kingdom of Dahomey. Also known as Fongbe or Fɔngbe, it is part of the Gbe family of West African languages.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A fool; an idiot.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fool; a simpleton; an idiot.
- Foolish; simple; silly.
- To be foolish or simple; act like a fool; dote.
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How Wayne Schumacher Killed the 30-Point "Lucky Buck" in Fon du Lac County, Wisconsin
How Wayne Schumacher Killed the 30-Point "Lucky Buck" in Fon du Lac County, Wisconsin | Field & Stream
Nine days into Wisconsin’s bow season Wayne Schumacher scored big with this 200-plus 30-pointer taken in Fon du Lac County.
A company called Fon has an interesting approach to this problem.
Now a new company now is founded called Fon -- F-O-N -- founded by Google and Skype, which is the wireless Internet company -- telephone company, I should say, owned by eBay, is going to setup hotspots around the globe.
One network is encrypted, very safe and for you alone with 100% of the bandwidth for you except when a passer by connects and then its still 80% for you, and the other public open network called Fon Free Internet that is available for the general public.
You have been known to sing in several different languages, such as Fon, Yoruba, French, Portuguese and English.
Wayne Schumacher made headlines with the 30-point "Lucky Buck" he killed with his bow in Wisconsin's Fon du Lac County, but his isn't the only monster whitetail taken in the Badger State.
According to the exhibition's American curator Leanne Sacramone, the word "bocio" is taken from the Fon dialect, spoken in southern Benin, meaning "empowered (bo) cadaver (cio)."
Its portfolio comprises over 40 investments including Finnish mobile game publisher which created the phenomenally successful "Angry Birds" franchise; Fon, a membership service where "Foneros" securely share their home Wi-Fi in return for free Wi-Fi access elsewhere and Fashiolista, a social media site where members share their fashion tastes.
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