[fit-ing] /ˈfɪt ɪŋ/
suitable or appropriate; proper or becoming.
the act of a person or thing that .
an act or instance of trying on clothes that are being made or altered to determine proper .
anything provided as equipment, parts, supply, etc.
Usually, fittings. furniture, fixtures, etc., as of a building or apartment.
appropriate or proper; suitable
an accessory or part: an electrical fitting
(pl) furnishings or accessories in a building
work carried out by a fitter
the act of trying on clothes so that they can be adjusted to fit
(Brit) size in clothes or shoes: a narrow fitting
1530s (adj.); c.1600 (n.), from present participle of fit (v.).
/ˌfɪtɪˈpældɪ/ noun 1. Emerson. born 1946, Brazilian motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion (1972,1974)
[fi-toh-nee-uh] /fɪˈtoʊ ni ə/ noun 1. either of two plants, Fittonia gigantea or F. verschaffeltii, of the acanthus family, native to South America, having conspicuously veined leaves and often cultivated as a houseplant.
Anglo-French fitz, from Old French fils, from Latin filius “son of” (see filial); used regularly in official rolls and hence the first element of many modern surnames; in later times used of illegitimate issue of royalty.
[fits-jer-uh ld] /fɪtsˈdʒɛr əld/ noun 1. Ella, 1918–96, U.S. jazz singer. 2. F(rancis) Scott (Key) 1896–1940, U.S. novelist and short-story writer. 3. a town in central Georgia. 4. a male given name. [fits-jer-uh ld] /fɪtsˈdʒɛr əld/ noun 1. Edward, 1809–83, English poet: translator of drama and poetry, especially of Omar Khayyám. 2. George Francis, 1851–1901, […]