[fat-ling] /ˈfæt lɪŋ/
a young animal, as a calf or a lamb, fattened for slaughter.
a young farm animal fattened for killing
(1.) A fatted animal for slaughter (2 Sam. 6:13; Isa. 11:6; Ezek. 39:18. Comp. Matt. 22:4, where the word used in the original, sitistos, means literally “corn-fed;” i.e., installed, fat). (2.) Ps. 66:15 (Heb. meah, meaning “marrowy,” “fat,” a species of sheep). (3.) 1 Sam. 15:9 (Heb. mishneh, meaning “the second,” and hence probably “cattle of a second quality,” or lambs of the second birth, i.e., autmnal lambs, and therfore of less value).
noun 1. a swollen mouth or lip, as from a blow: He said if I didn’t shut up he’d give me a fat lip.
[fat-lee] /ˈfæt li/ adverb 1. in the manner of a person; ponderously. 2. richly: a fatly endowed foundation. 3. with self-satisfaction; smugly.
noun 1. the code name for the plutonium-core, implosion-type atom bomb the U.S. first tested and then dropped on Nagasaki in 1945.
noun, Midland and Southern U.S. 1. (def 1).