[fi-lak-tik] /fɪˈlæk tɪk/
defending or protecting, especially from disease.
[fee-lah-kaw-pee] /fi lɑ kɔˈpi/ noun 1. an archaeological site on the Greek island of Melos, in the Cyclades group: excavations have revealed the remains of three successive ancient cities erected on a primitive Cycladic settlement.
noun a person who hacks into a telecommunications system; a person who makes fraudulent use of a telephone or computer system by electronic means; also called phone phreak , phone phreaker Word Origin 1984 Usage Note informal
[freek] /frik/ noun 1. . verb (used without object), phreaked, phreaking. 2. to act as a phone phreak. verb (used with object), phreaked, phreaking. 3. to tamper with (telephones) as a phone phreak does. n. 1972, originally in phone phreak, one of a set of technically creative people who electronically hacked or defrauded telephone companies […]
[frey-tree] /ˈfreɪ tri/ noun, plural phratries. 1. a grouping of clans or other social units within a tribe. 2. (in ancient Greece) a subdivision of a phyle. /ˈfreɪtrɪ/ noun (pl) -tries 1. (anthropol) a group of people within a tribe who have a common ancestor