[fon-sey-kuh; Spanish fawn-se-kah] /fɒnˈseɪ kə; Spanish fɔnˈsɛ kɑ/
Gulf of, a bay of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America, bordered by El Salvador on the W, Honduras on the NE, and Nicaragua on the S. About 700 sq. mi. (1800 sq. km).
Gulf of Fonseca, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America
[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
finding of no significant impact
[French la fawn-ten] /French la fɔ̃ˈtɛn/ noun 1. Henri [French ahn-ree] /French ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1854–1943, Belgian statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1913. 2. Jean de [zhahn duh] /ʒɑ̃ də/ (Show IPA), 1621–95, French poet and fabulist. /French la fɔ̃tɛn/ noun 1. Jean de (ʒɑ̃ də). 1621–95, French poet, famous for his Fables (1668–94)
[font] /fɒnt/ noun 1. a receptacle, usually of stone, as in a baptistery or church, containing the water used in baptism. 2. a receptacle for holy water; stoup. 3. a productive source: The book is a font of useful tips for travelers. 4. the reservoir for oil in a lamp. 5. Archaic. a fountain. [font] […]