[fyoo-kuh s] /ˈfyu kəs/
noun, plural fuci
[fyoo-sahy] /ˈfyu saɪ/ (Show IPA), fucuses.
any olive-brown seaweed or alga of the genus Fucus, having branching fronds and often air bladders.
noun (pl) -ci (-saɪ), -cuses
any seaweed of the genus Fucus, common in the intertidal regions of many shores and typically having greenish-brown slimy fronds See also wrack2 (sense 2)
[fuhd] /fʌd/ noun, Slang. 1. a fuddy-duddy. n. “backside, buttocks,” 1785, a Scottish and Northern dialect word of unknown origin, perhaps from Scandinavian. jargon /fuhd/ An acronym invented by Gene Amdahl after he left IBM to found his own company: “FUD is the fear, uncertainty, and doubt that IBM sales people instill in the minds […]
[fuhd-l] /ˈfʌd l/ verb (used with object), fuddled, fuddling. 1. to muddle or confuse: a jumble of sounds to fuddle the senses. 2. to make drunk; intoxicate. verb (used without object), fuddled, fuddling. 3. to tipple. noun 4. a confused state; muddle; jumble. /ˈfʌdəl/ verb 1. (transitive; often passive) to cause to be confused or […]
[fuhd-l-duhd-l] /ˈfʌd lˈdʌd l/ verb (used without object), fuddle-duddled, fuddle-duddling. Canadian. 1. to depart; be off.
noun 1. an English earthenware drinking vessel of the 17th and 18th centuries, having the form of a cluster of three or more cups communicating at their bottoms in such a way that the entire vessel can be drained from any of them.