Nicholas. 1592–1637, English mystic. He founded (1625) an Anglican religious community at Little Gidding, Huntingdonshire
[fuh-rahr-uh; Italian fer-rah-rah] /fəˈrɑr ə; Italian fɛrˈrɑ rɑ/ noun 1. a city in N Italy, near the Po River: medieval university and cathedral. /fəˈrɑːrə; Italian ferˈrara/ noun 1. a city in N Italy, in Emilia–Romagna: a centre of the Renaissance under the House of Este; university (1391). Pop: 130 992 (2001)
/Italian fɛrˈraːrɪ/ noun 1. Enzo (ˈɛntso). 1898–1988, Italian designer and manufacturer of racing cars
[fuh-rahr-oh] /fəˈrɑr oʊ/ noun 1. Geraldine Anne (“Gerry”) 1935–2011, U.S. politician: congresswoman 1978–84; first woman chosen as the vice-presidential nominee of a major political party 1984.
[fer-eyt] /ˈfɛr eɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt of the hypothetical ferric acid, H 2 FeO 4 . /ˈfɛreɪt/ noun 1. a salt containing the divalent ion, FeO42–. Ferrates are derivatives of the hypothetical acid H2FeO4 ferrate (fěr’āt’) A compound containing ferric oxide and another oxide. Ferrates are stable only in strongly alkaline conditions and […]