[fur-guh s] /ˈfɜr gəs/
Irish Legend. one of the great warrior kings of Ulster.
a male given name.
(in Irish legend) a warrior king of Ulster, who was supplanted by Conchobar
masc. proper name, from Gaelic Fearghus or Old Irish Fergus “man-ability,” first element cognate with Latin vir “man,” second from Old Irish gus “ability, excellence, strength, inclination,” from Celtic root *gustu- “choice,” from PIE root *geus- “to taste” (see gusto).
noun 1. a city in W central Minnesota.
[fur-guh-suh n] /ˈfɜr gə sən/ noun 1. a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis. /ˈfɜːɡəsən/ noun 1. Sir Alex(ander) Chapman. born 1941, Scottish footballer and manager: manager of Aberdeen (1978–86) with whom he won the European Cup Winners’ Cup (1983); manager of Manchester United (1986–2013) with whom he won thirteen English league titles, five […]
[fur-guh-suh-nahyt] /ˈfɜr gə səˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a rare-earth mineral, yttrium columbate and tantalate, found in pegmatites.
[fer-hood-l] /fərˈhud l/ verb (used with object), ferhoodled, ferhoodling. Chiefly Pennsylvania German Area. 1. to confuse or mix up: Don’t ferhoodle the things in that drawer. v. “to confuse, perplex,” from Pennsylvania German verhuddle “to confuse, tangle,” related to German verhudeln “to bungle, botch.” Related: Ferhoodled; ferhoodling.