/flarp/ [Rutgers University] Yet another metasyntactic variable (see foo). Among those who use it, it is associated with a legend that any program not containing the word “flarp” somewhere will not work. The legend is discreetly silent on the reliability of programs which *do* contain the magic word.
[fleym-uh v-th uh-woo dz] /ˈfleɪm əv ðəˈwʊdz/ noun, plural flames-of-the-woods. 1. an Indian evergreen shrub, Ixora coccinea, of the madder family, having red, tubular flowers in dense clusters.
noun 1. (esp in Malaysia) another name for royal poinciana 2. a leguminous tree, Butea frondosa, native to E India and Myanmar, having hanging clusters of scarlet flowers
- Flame of fire
is the chosen symbol of the holiness of God (Ex. 3:2; Rev. 2:18), as indicating “the intense, all-consuming operation of his holiness in relation to sin.”
[flash-buhlb] /ˈflæʃˌbʌlb/ noun, Photography. 1. a glass , filled with oxygen and aluminum or zirconium wire or foil, which, when ignited electrically, burns with a brilliant to provide momentary illumination of a subject. /ˈflæʃˌbʌlb/ noun 1. (photog) a small expendable glass light bulb formerly used to produce a bright flash of light Also called photoflash […]