[fil-ee-oh-pahy-i-tis-tik] /ˌfɪl i oʊˌpaɪ ɪˈtɪs tɪk/
of or relating to reverence of forebears or tradition, especially if carried to excess.
[fil-uh-pee-noh] /ˌfɪl əˈpi noʊ/ noun, plural Filipinos. 1. a native or inhabitant of the . 2. . adjective 3. . /ˌfɪlɪˈpiːnəʊ/ noun 1. (pl) -nos. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines Also (feminine) Filipina 2. another name for Tagalog adjective 3. of or relating to the Philippines or their inhabitants n. 1898 (fem. Filipina), […]
[fil-uh-ster] /ˈfɪl ə stər/ noun, Carpentry. 1. . [fil-uh-ster] /ˈfɪl ə stər/ noun, Carpentry. 1. a rabbet or groove, as one on a window sash to hold the glass and putty. 2. Also called fillister plane. a plane for cutting rabbets or grooves. /ˈfɪlɪstə/ noun 1. Also called fillister plane. an adjustable plane for cutting […]
/filk/ [SF fandom, where a typo for “folk” was adopted as a new word] A popular or folk song with lyrics revised or completely new lyrics, intended for humorous effect when read, and/or to be sung late at night at SF conventions. There is a flourishing subgenre of these called “computer filks”, written by hackers […]
- Filk music
noun phrase A set of songs and parodies sung by assembled science-fiction fans: Their performances can be divided into ”bardic” filk and ”chaos” filk [1950s+; apparently fr the misspelling of folk on a 1950s poster]