[fair-ee-land] /ˈfɛər iˌlænd/
the imaginary realm of .
any enchantingly beautiful region.
the imaginary domain of the fairies; an enchanted or wonderful place
a fantasy world, esp one resulting from a person’s wild imaginings
1580s, from fairy + land (n.).
noun 1. a Texan bulbous plant, Zephyranthes drummondii, of the amaryllis family, having a fragrant white flower, with a reddish outer surface, that blooms at night. 2. . 3. .
[feyl-seyf] /ˈfeɪlˌseɪf/ adjective 1. Electronics. pertaining to or noting a mechanism built into a system, as in an early warning system or a nuclear reactor, for insuring safety should the system fail to operate properly. 2. equipped with a secondary system that insures continued operation even if the primary system fails. 3. (sometimes initial capital […]
- Fairy penguin
noun 1. a small penguin, Eudyptula minor, with a bluish head and back, found on the Australian coast Also called little penguin, blue penguin, korora
reliability Automatically switching to a different, redundant system upon failure or abnormal termination of the currently active system. Failover can be applied to a cluster of servers, to network or storage components or any other set of redundant devices that must provide high availability because down-time would be expensive or inconvenient. It may be implemented […]