[feer-buhl-uh g] /ˈfɪər bʌl əg/
noun, plural Firbolgs (especially collectively) Firbolg. Irish Legend.
any member of the pre-Celtic inhabitants of Ireland who were defeated by the Tuatha De Danann.
1797, ancient supernatural people of Ireland (enemies of the Dannans), perhaps from Old Irish fir, plural of fear “man” + bolg, genitive plural of bolg “bag, belly;” or second element may be cognate with Gaulish Belgae.
noun 1. a signal that warns that a fire has started. 2. a bell, buzzer, siren, horn, etc., that provides such a signal. noun 1. a device to give warning of fire, esp a bell, siren, or hooter 2. a shout to warn that a fire has broken out
[fahyuh r-uh n-brim-stohn] /ˈfaɪər ənˈbrɪmˌstoʊn/ adjective 1. threatening punishment in the hereafter: a fire-and-brimstone sermon. adjective 1. (of a sermon, preacher, etc) zealous, esp in threatening eternal damnation
noun 1. any of several omnivorous ants, as the migrant Solenopsis geminata originating in tropical and subtropical South America, having a sting that produces a burning sensation. noun 1. any mound-building predatory ant of the genus Solenopsis, of tropical and subtropical America, that can inflict a painful sting
noun 1. equipment for extinguishing destructive fires.