a person who is excessively old-fashioned in attitude, ideas, manners, etc.
[foh-gee] /ˈfoʊ gi/
noun, plural fogies.
an excessively conservative or old-fashioned person, especially one who is intellectually dull (usually preceded by old):
The board of directors were old fogies still living in the 19th century.
An old person, esp a man who clings to old-fashioned ways
[first form 1790+, second 1899+; of fuddy-duddy, origin unknown]
[origin uncertain; perhaps fr French fougeux, ”fierce, fiery,” referring to the doughty spirit of an invalid soldier, whence fogy, ”fierce, fiery,” found by the 1860s; veteran soldiers were called foggies in the late 1700s, perhaps because they were regarded as moss-covered with age, fog being Scots dialect for ”moss”]
noun 1. the Franconian language before 1100; Frankish.
noun 1. the French language of the 9th through the 13th centuries. Abbreviation: OF. noun 1. the French language in its earliest forms, from about the 9th century up to about 1400 OF
noun 1. the Frisian language before c1500. Abbreviation: OFris. noun 1. the Frisian language up to about 1400 OFris
noun 1. (defs 1–3). [fuhs-tik] /ˈfʌs tɪk/ noun 1. the wood of a large, tropical American tree, Chlorophora tinctoria, of the mulberry family, yielding a light-yellow dye. 2. the tree itself. 3. the dye. 4. any of several other dyewoods. /ˈfʌstɪk/ noun 1. Also called old fustic. a large tropical American moraceous tree, Chlorophora tinctoria […]