[fah-rook, fuh-] /fɑˈruk, fə-/
1920–65, last king of Egypt (1936–52). He was forced to abdicate (1952)
[fahr-out] /ˈfɑrˈaʊt/ adjective, Slang. 1. unconventional; offbeat; avant-garde. 2. radical; extreme. 3. recondite or esoteric. adjective (far out when postpositive) 1. bizarre or avant-garde 2. excellent; wonderful interjection 3. an expression of amazement or delight
noun, Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. 1. a considerable distance: They moved a far piece from here.
[fahr-point] /ˈfɑrˌpɔɪnt/ noun, Ophthalmology. 1. the point farthest from the eye at which an object is clearly focused on the retina when accommodation of the eye is completely relaxed.
[fahr-kwer, -kwahr, -ker] /ˈfɑr kwər, -kwɑr, -kər/ noun 1. George, 1678–1707, English playwright, born in Ireland. /ˈfɑːkwə; -kə/ noun 1. George. 1678–1707, Irish-born dramatist; author of comedies such as The Recruiting Officer (1706) and The Beaux’ Stratagem (1707) surname attested from late 12c., from Gaelic fearchar “very dear one.”