a province in SE China, opposite Taiwan. 45,845 sq. mi. (118,739 sq. km).
a province of SE China: mountainous and forested, drained chiefly by the Min River; noted for the production of flower-scented teas. Capital: Fuzhou. Pop: 34 880 000 (2003 est). Area: 123 000 sq km (47 970 sq miles)
any of the Chinese dialects of this province See also Min
[foo-jee-sah-wuh; Japanese foo-jee-sah-wah] /ˌfu dʒiˈsɑ wə; Japanese ˈfu dʒiˈsɑ wɑ/ noun 1. a city on E Honshu, in Japan, S of Tokyo.
- Fujita scale
noun a classification system for the severity of a tornado based on the damage done; also called F-Scale Examples F0, or “light” (winds of 40-72 mph; some damage to chimneys, TV antennas, roof shingles, trees, signs, and windows), accounts for about 28% of all tornadoes. Word Origin named for the meteorologist Tetsuya Theodore Fujita
company A Japanese elecronics corporation. Fujitsu owns ICL, Amdahl Corporation, and DMR. Home USA (http://fujitsu.com/), Japan (http://fujitsu.co.jp/index-e.html). (2000-04-03)
[foo-jee-wahr-uh; Japanese foo-jee-wah-rah] /ˌfu dʒiˈwɑr ə; Japanese ˈfu dʒiˈwɑ rɑ/ noun 1. a member of a powerful family in Japan who exercised power as regents in the name of the emperor, a.d. 858–1160.