Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1862–1921, French dramatist, noted for his farces, esp La Dame de chez Maxim (1899) and Occupe-toi d’Amélie (1908)
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[fey] /feɪ/ adjective 1. British Dialect. doomed; fated to die. 2. Chiefly Scot. appearing to be under a spell; marked by an apprehension of death, calamity, or evil. 3. supernatural; unreal; enchanted: elves, fairies, and other fey creatures. 4. being in unnaturally high spirits, as were formerly thought to precede death. 5. whimsical; strange; otherworldly: […]
/Italian fiboˈnattʃi/ noun 1. Leonardo (leoˈnardo), also called Leonardo of Pisa. ?1170–?1250, Italian mathematician: popularized the decimal system in Europe Fibonacci (fē’bə-nä’chē) Italian mathematician who popularized the modern Arabic system of numerals in the western world and discovered the Fibonacci sequence of integers.
[fee-boh-nah-chee] /ˌfi boʊˈnɑ tʃi/ plural noun, Mathematics. 1. the unending sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, … where each term is defined as the sum of its two predecessors.
1. variant of before a vowel: fibrin. fibr- pref. Variant of fibro-.