any fern of the family Hymenophyllaceae, growing in humid regions and having thin translucent leaves
[fee-loh] /ˈfi loʊ/ noun 1. . [fee-loh] /ˈfi loʊ/ noun, Greek and Middle Eastern Cookery. 1. flaky, tissue-thin layers of pastry used in baked desserts and appetizers. /ˈfiːləʊ/ noun 1. a type of Greek flaky pastry in very thin sheets /ˈfɪləʊ/ noun 1. a variant of filo stack
[fahy-luh-faks] /ˈfaɪ ləˌfæks/ Trademark. 1. a datebook also containing space for addresses, a calendar, and specialized inserts, as maps and checklists. /ˈfaɪləʊˌfæks/ noun 1. trademark a type of loose-leaf ring binder with sets of different-coloured paper, used as a portable personal filing system, including appointments, addresses, etc noun a style of loose-leaf paper agenda and […]
[fil-uh-ploom, fahy-luh-] /ˈfɪl əˌplum, ˈfaɪ lə-/ noun, Ornithology. 1. a specialized, hairlike feather having a slender shaft with few or no barbs. /ˈfɪləˌpluːm; ˈfaɪ-/ noun 1. (ornithol) any of the hairlike feathers that lack vanes and occur between the contour feathers
[fil-uh-poh-dee-uh m, fahy-luh-] /ˌfɪl əˈpoʊ di əm, ˌfaɪ lə-/ noun, plural filopodia [fil-uh-poh-dee-uh, fahy-luh-] /ˌfɪl əˈpoʊ di ə, ˌfaɪ lə-/ (Show IPA). Cell Biology. 1. a long, hairlike pseudopod composed of ectoplasm.