[fur-guh-suh-nahyt] /ˈfɜr gə səˌnaɪt/
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.
[feer-ee-uh] /ˈfɪər i ə/ noun, plural feriae [feer-ee-ee] /ˈfɪər iˌi/ (Show IPA), ferias. 1. Ecclesiastical. a weekday on which no feast is celebrated. [fe-ryah; English fer-ee-uh] /ˈfɛ ryɑ; English ˈfɛr i ə/ noun, plural ferias [fe-ryahs; English fer-ee-uh z] /ˈfɛ ryɑs; English ˈfɛr i əz/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. a local festival or fair in […]
[feer-ee-uh] /ˈfɪər i ə/ noun, plural feriae [feer-ee-ee] /ˈfɪər iˌi/ (Show IPA), ferias. 1. Ecclesiastical. a weekday on which no feast is celebrated. /ˈfɪərɪəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to a feria 2. (rare) of or relating to a holiday /ˈfɪərɪə/ noun (pl) -rias, -riae (-rɪˌiː) 1. (RC Church) a weekday, other than Saturday, on […]
[feer-ahyn, -in] /ˈfɪər aɪn, -ɪn/ adjective 1. 1 . /ˈfɪəraɪn/ adjective 1. another word for feral1 , feral1 adj. 1630s, from Latin ferinus “pertaining to wild animals,” from fera “wild beast” (see fierce).