[foo-koo-shee-muh; Japanese foo-koo-shee-mah] /ˌfu kuˈʃi mə; Japanese ˈfu kʊˈʃi mɑ/
a city on N Honshu, in N Japan.
a city in Japan, in N Honshu: noted for production of silk; sight of a serious nuclear power station accident following an earthquake and tsunami in 2011. Pop: 290 064 (2011 est)
[foo-koo-yah-muh; Japanese foo-koo-yah-mah] /ˌfu kuˈyɑ mə; Japanese ˈfu kʊˈyɑ mɑ/ noun 1. a city on SW Honshu, in Japan, NE of Hiroshima. /ˌfuːkuːˈjɑːmə/ noun 1. a city in Japan, in SW Honshu: industrial and commercial centre. Pop: 381 098 (2002 est)
[foo l] /fʊl/ noun, plural Fuls (especially collectively) Ful. 1. . 1. a suffix meaning “full of,” “characterized by” (shameful; beautiful; careful; thoughtful); “tending to,” “able to” (wakeful; harmful); “as much as will fill” (spoonful). suffix 1. (forming adjectives) full of or characterized by: painful, spiteful, restful 2. (forming adjectives) able or tending to: helpful, […]
[foo-luh, foo l-uh] /ˈfu lə, ˈfʊl ə/ noun, plural Fulas (especially collectively) Fula. 1. . /ˈfuːlə/ noun 1. (pl) -la, -las, -lah, -lahs. a member of a pastoral nomadic people of W and central Africa, living chiefly in the sub-Sahara region from Senegal to N Cameroon: a racial mixture of light-skinned Berber peoples of the […]
[foo-lah-nee, foo-lah-] /ˈfu lɑ ni, fʊˈlɑ-/ noun, plural Fulanis (especially collectively) Fulani for 1. 1. Also, Fulah. a member of a pastoral and nomadic people of mixed African and Mediterranean ancestry, scattered through W Africa from Senegal to Cameroon. 2. the language of the Fulani, a Niger-Congo language closely related to Wolof. /fuːˈlɑːnɪ; ˈfuːlənɪ/ noun […]