[fer-hood-l] /fərˈhud l/
verb (used with object), ferhoodled, ferhoodling. Chiefly Pennsylvania German Area.
to confuse or mix up:
Don’t ferhoodle the things in that drawer.
“to confuse, perplex,” from Pennsylvania German verhuddle “to confuse, tangle,” related to German verhudeln “to bungle, botch.” Related: Ferhoodled; ferhoodling.
[feer-ee-uh] /ˈfɪər i ə/ noun, plural feriae [feer-ee-ee] /ˈfɪər iˌi/ (Show IPA), ferias. 1. Ecclesiastical. a weekday on which no feast is celebrated. [fe-ryah; English fer-ee-uh] /ˈfɛ ryɑ; English ˈfɛr i ə/ noun, plural ferias [fe-ryahs; English fer-ee-uh z] /ˈfɛ ryɑs; English ˈfɛr i əz/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. a local festival or fair in […]
[feer-ee-uh] /ˈfɪər i ə/ noun, plural feriae [feer-ee-ee] /ˈfɪər iˌi/ (Show IPA), ferias. 1. Ecclesiastical. a weekday on which no feast is celebrated. /ˈfɪərɪəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to a feria 2. (rare) of or relating to a holiday /ˈfɪərɪə/ noun (pl) -rias, -riae (-rɪˌiː) 1. (RC Church) a weekday, other than Saturday, on […]
[feer-ahyn, -in] /ˈfɪər aɪn, -ɪn/ adjective 1. 1 . /ˈfɪəraɪn/ adjective 1. another word for feral1 , feral1 adj. 1630s, from Latin ferinus “pertaining to wild animals,” from fera “wild beast” (see fierce).
n. name used in India for “European,” 1630s, from Persian Farangi, from Arabic Faranji (10c.), from Old French Franc “Frank” (see Frank) + Arabic ethnic suffix -i. The fr- sound is not possible in Arabic.