[fee-uh-nuh] /ˈfi ə nə/
plural noun, Irish History.
a legendary band of Irish warriors noted for their heroic exploits, attributed to the 2nd and 3rd centuries ad Also called Fenians
[foil, fahyl] /fɔɪl, faɪl/ noun 1. a political party in Ireland, organized in 1927 by Eamon De Valera, that was one of the leading parties in the establishment of the Irish republic. /ˈfɪənə ˈfɑːl/ noun 1. one of the major Irish political parties, founded by de Valera in 1926 as a republican party
[fee-as-koh or especially for 2, -ah-skoh] /fiˈæs koʊ or especially for 2, -ˈɑ skoʊ/ noun, plural fiascos, fiascoes. 1. a complete and ignominious failure. 2. a round-bottomed glass flask for wine, especially Chianti, fitted with a woven, protective raffia basket that also enables the bottle to stand upright. /fɪˈæskəʊ/ noun (pl) -cos, -coes 1. a […]
[fee-aht, -at; fahy-uh t, -at] /ˈfi ɑt, -æt; ˈfaɪ ət, -æt/ noun 1. an authoritative decree, sanction, or order: a royal fiat. Synonyms: authorization, directive, ruling, mandate, diktat, ukase. 2. a fixed form of words containing the word fiat, by which a person in authority gives sanction, or authorization. 3. an arbitrary decree or pronouncement, […]
[fee-aht loo ks; English fee-aht luhks, fahy-uh t] /ˈfi ɑt ˈlʊks; English ˈfi ɑt ˈlʌks, ˈfaɪ ət/ Latin. 1. let there be light.