|CAFTAN||-||caftan n. Alternative spelling of kaftan.|
|CANFUL||-||canful n. As much as a can will hold.|
|CONFAB||-||confab v. To speak casually with; to chat.|
confab n. A casual talk or chat.
|ENFACE||-||enface v. (transitive) To write or print on the face of (a draft, bill, etc.).|
|FACING||-||facing adj. (rail transport, of points and crossovers) Diverging in the direction of travel.|
facing n. The most external portion of exterior siding.
facing n. (sewing) Fabric applied to a garment edge on the underside.
|FALCON||-||falcon n. Any bird of the genus Falco, all of which are birds of prey.|
falcon n. A female such bird, a male being a tiercel.
falcon n. A light cannon used from the 15th to the 17th century; a falconet.
|FANFIC||-||fanfic n. (slang, uncountable) fan fiction.|
fanfic n. (countable) a work of fan fiction.
|FARCIN||-||farcin n. Alternative form of farcy (disease of horses).|
|FIANCE||-||fiance n. Alternative spelling of fiancé.|
fiance v. (obsolete) To betroth; to affiance.
fiancé n. A man who is engaged to be married.
|FINCAS||-||fincas n. plural of finca.|
|FINNAC||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|FLACON||-||flacon n. A small stoppered glass bottle, often used for keeping perfume.|
|FLANCH||-||flanch n. A flange.|
flanch n. (heraldry) A bearing consisting of a circle segment encroaching on the field from the side, and always.
|FRANCO||-||franco n. (historical) The currency issued between 1805 and 1808 of Lucca in Tuscany, Italy.|
Franco p.n. A male given name borrowed from Spanish or Italian, equivalent to Frank or Francis(cus).
Franco p.n. A surname of Spanish origin.
|FRANCS||-||francs n. plural of franc.|
|UNFACT||-||unfact n. Something not factual; a falsehood or factoid.|