[fuhng shwey] /ˈfʌŋ ˈʃweɪ/
the Chinese art or practice of creating harmonious surroundings that enhance the balance of yin and yang, as in arranging furniture or determining the siting of a house.
the Chinese art of determining the most propitious design and placement of a grave, building, room, etc, so that the maximum harmony is achieved between the flow of chi of the environment and that of the user, believed to bring good fortune
also feng-shui, 1797, from Chinese, from feng “wind” + shui “water.” A system of spiritual influences in natural landscapes and a means of regulating them.
[fuhng-tyen] /ˈfʌŋˈtyɛn/ noun, Wade-Giles. 1. a former name of . 2. former name of .
/ˈfɜːnˌbɜːd/ noun 1. a small brown and white New Zealand swamp bird, Bowdleria punctata, with a fernlike tail Also called (NZ) matata
[furn-breyk] /ˈfɜrnˌbreɪk/ noun 1. a thicket or dense growth of .
[fur-nuh-ree] /ˈfɜr nə ri/ noun, plural ferneries. 1. a collection of in a garden or a potted display. 2. a place or a glass case in which are grown for ornament. /ˈfɜːnərɪ/ noun (pl) -eries 1. a place where ferns are grown 2. a collection of ferns grown in such a place