[fee-bee] /ˈfi bi/
a female given name.
a variant spelling of Phoebe1
a “deaconess of the church at Cenchrea,” the port of Corinth. She was probably the bearer of Paul’s epistle to the Romans. Paul commended her to the Christians at Rome; “for she hath been,” says he, “a succourer of many, and of myself also” (Rom. 16:1, 2).
[French fe-druh] /French ˈfɛ drə/ noun 1. a tragedy (1677) by Racine.
[fahy-dip-i-deez] /faɪˈdɪp ɪˌdiz/ noun 1. the Athenian runner who secured aid from Sparta in the struggle between the Athenians and the Persians 490 b.c. /faɪˈdɪpɪˌdiːz/ noun 1. 5th century bc. Athenian athlete, who ran to Sparta to seek help against the Persians before the Battle of Marathon (490 bc)
[fel-uh m, -em] /ˈfɛl əm, -ɛm/ noun, Botany. 1. (def 6). /ˈfɛləm/ noun 1. (botany) the technical name for cork (sense 4) phellem (fěl’əm) See cork.
[fel-uh-durm] /ˈfɛl əˌdɜrm/ noun, Botany. 1. a layer of parenchyma produced inwardly by the cork cambium; an inner secondary cortex of the cork cambium. /ˈfɛləʊˌdɜːm/ noun 1. a layer of thin-walled cells produced by the inner surface of the cork cambium phelloderm (fěl’ə-dûrm’) The layer of tissue, often very thin, produced on the inside of […]