[fan-zeen, fan-zeen] /fænˈzin, ˈfæn zin/
a or other periodical produced inexpensively by and for of science fiction and fantasy writing, comic books, popular music, or other specialized popular interests.
a small-circulation magazine produced by amateurs for fans of a specific interest, pop group, etc
1949, from fan (n.2) + suffix abstracted from magazine.
: The fanzine set is not scared off by raunchy lyrics
A fan magazine: wants to start his own fanzine (1940s+)
1. . abbreviation 1. Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations) 2. for the attention of [United Nations] Food and Agriculture Organization
“masturbate” (or the sound of it), slang, by 2001, echoic. Earlier, “drunk” (late 16c.). language The assembly language for Sperry-Rand 1103 and 1103A. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)]. (1994-12-16) Familial Adenomatous Polyposis
[fak, ef-ey-kyoo] /fæk, ˈɛfˈeɪˈkyu/ noun, plural FAQs, FAQ’s. Chiefly Digital Technology. 1. a document, in question and answer format, that introduces newcomers to a topic or answers common questions. abbreviation 1. (computing) frequently asked question or questions: a text file containing basic information on a particular subject n. acronym from frequently asked questions, by 1990. […]
[fah-kee] /fɑˈki/ noun, plural faqihs, fuqahaʾ [foo-kah-hah] /fuˈkɑ hɑ/ (Show IPA). Islam. 1. an Islamic religious lawyer.