[fur-ling-get-ee] /ˌfɜr lɪŋˈgɛt i/
Lawrence, born 1920? U.S. poet associated with the Beat Generation.
Lawrence. born 1919, US poet of the Beat Generation. His poetry includes the collections Pictures of the Gone World (1955) and When I Look at Pictures (1990)
[fer-lee] /ˈfɛr li/ Scot. noun, plural ferlies. 1. something unusual, strange, or causing wonder or terror. 2. astonishment; wonder. adjective 3. unexpected; strange; unusual. /ˈfɛrlɪ/ adjective 1. wonderful; strange noun (pl) -lies 2. a wonder; something strange or marvellous verb (intransitive) -lies, -lying, -lied 3. to wonder; be surprised
[fer-man-uh] /fərˈmæn ə/ noun 1. a county in SW Northern Ireland. 653 sq. mi. (1691 sq. km). County seat: Enniskillen. 2. an administrative district including this county. 715 sq. mi. (1851 sq. km). /fəˈmænə/ noun 1. a district and historical county of SW Northern Ireland: contains the Upper and Lower Lough Erne. Pop: 58 705 […]
[fer-ma; English fer-mah] /fɛrˈma; English fɛrˈmɑ/ noun 1. Pierre de [pyer duh] /pyɛr də/ (Show IPA), 1601–65, French mathematician. /fɜːˈmæt; French fɛrma/ noun 1. Pierre de (pjɛr də). 1601–65, French mathematician, regarded as the founder of the modern theory of numbers. He studied the properties of whole numbers and, with Pascal, investigated the theory of […]
[fer-mah-tuh; Italian fer-mah-tah] /fɛrˈmɑ tə; Italian fɛrˈmɑ tɑ/ noun, plural fermatas Italian, fermate [fer-mah-te] /fɛrˈmɑ tɛ/ (Show IPA). Music. 1. the sustaining of a note, chord, or rest for a duration longer than the indicated time value, with the length of the extension at the performer’s discretion. 2. a symbol placed over a note, chord, […]