[fred-ee] /ˈfrɛd i/
a male given name, form of .
a female given name, form of .
An employee of the National Forest Service: ”Not much to hunt around here with that type of ammo except Freddies.” ”Freddies?” ”Employees of the Forest Service, that’s what the eco-terrorists call us” (1990s+)
[fred-uh-ree-kuh, fre-dree-] /ˌfrɛd əˈri kə, frɛˈdri-/ noun 1. a female given name: derived from Frederick.
- Frederic auguste bartholdi
[bahr-thol-dee, -tol-; French bar-tawl-dee] /bɑrˈθɒl di, -ˈtɒl-; French bar tɔlˈdi/ noun 1. Frédéric Auguste [frey-dey-reek oh-gyst] /freɪ deɪˈrik oʊˈgüst/ (Show IPA), 1834–1904, French sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty. /French bartɔldɪ/ noun 1. Frédéric August. 1834–1904, French sculptor and architect, who designed (1884) the Statue of Liberty
- Frederic chopin
[shoh-pan; for 1 also French shaw-pan] /ˈʃoʊ pæn; for 1 also French ʃɔˈpɛ̃/ noun 1. Frédéric François [fred-uh-rik fran-swah,, fred-rik;; French frey-dey-reek frahn-swa] /ˈfrɛd ə rɪk frænˈswɑ,, ˈfrɛd rɪk;; French freɪ deɪˈrik frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), 1810–49, Polish composer and pianist, in France after 1831. 2. Kate O’Flaherty, 1851–1904, U.S. short-story writer and novelist. /ˈʃɒpæn; French […]
/Danish frɛðəˈrɛdʃæ/ noun 1. a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the N end of the Little Belt. Pop: 37 054 (2004 est)