Fons



[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 and origin.
/fɒnz ɛt ˈɒrɪɡəʊ/
noun
1.
the source and origin

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