[foo-nuh-foo-tee] /ˌfu nəˈfu ti/
a village in and the capital of Tuvalu.
[too-vuh-loo, too-vah-loo] /ˈtu vəˌlu, tuˈvɑ lu/
a parliamentary state consisting of a group of islands in the central Pacific, S of the equator: a former British colony; gained independence 1978. 10 sq. mi. (26 sq. km).
a country in the SW Pacific, comprising a group of nine coral islands: established as a British protectorate in 1892. From 1915 until 1975 the islands formed part of the British colony of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands; achieved full independence in 1978; a member of the Commonwealth (formerly a special member not represented at all meetings, until 2000). Languages: English and Tuvaluan. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: Australian dollar; Tuvalu dollars are also used. Capital: Funafuti. Pop: 10 698 (2013 est). Area: 26 sq km (10 sq miles) Former names Lagoon Islands, Ellice Islands
[foo-nah-bah-shee] /ˌfu nɑˈbɑ ʃi/ noun 1. a city in E central Honshu, Japan, on Tokyo Bay.
[fyoo-nam-byuh-list] /fyuˈnæm byə lɪst/ noun 1. a tightrope walker. /fjuːˈnæmbjʊlɪst/ noun 1. a tightrope walker n. “rope-walker,” 1793, coined from Latin funis “rope” + ambulare “to walk” (see amble (v.)).
noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) Informal. 1. frivolously diverting activity. noun phrase Pleasure; delightful diversion; amatory dalliance •Most often ironic: Wehad somefun and games a few months ago/ What happens to Romanov after that is fun and games for you, Hardy [1920+; based on the talk and attitude used toward children by […]
[Portuguese foo n-shahl] /Portuguese fʊ̃ˈʃɑl/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of the Madeira islands, on SE Madeira: winter resort. [muh-deer-uh, -dair-uh; for 1, 2, 5 also Portuguese mah-de-ruh] /məˈdɪər ə, -ˈdɛər ə; for 1, 2, 5 also Portuguese mɑˈdɛ rə/ noun 1. a group of eight islands off the NW coast of […]