[fawng, fong] /fɔŋ, fɒŋ/
Hiram L(eong) [lee-awng,, -ong] /liˈɔŋ,, -ˈɒŋ/ (Show IPA), 1907–2004, U.S. lawyer and senator from Hawaii 1959–77.
[fong-guh-fah-lee] /ˌfɒŋ gəˈfɑ li/ noun 1. the capital of Tuvalu, on Funafuti Island, in the South Pacific Ocean.
Related Terms funk noun A style of urban lack musi that relies heavily on bass guitar and exhibits elements like African rhythms, the blues, early rock and roll, jazz, etc: There is no denying the influence of Instant Funk/ the Minister of Super Heavy Funk, the legendary James Brown/ He is New Orleans ”fonk” verb […]
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[fon] /fɒn/ noun, plural Fons (especially collectively) Fon for 1. 1. a member of a people living mainly in Benin. 2. the Kwa language, very closely related to Ewe, spoken by the Fon people. [fawns et oh-ree-goh; English fonz et oh-rahy-goh, oh-ree-] /ˈfɔns ɛt oʊˈri goʊ; English ˈfɒnz ɛt oʊˈraɪ goʊ, oʊˈri-/ Latin. 1. source […]