|ALFAQUI||-||alfaqui n. (historical) An Islamic cleric, an expert in Islamic law and jurisprudence, especially in medieval and.|
|ANTIFLU||-||antiflu adj. Acting against or serving to prevent flu.|
|FABLIAU||-||fabliau n. The genre of short, farcical often coarse tales written in the North of France in the 12th, 13th and 14th.|
|FAILURE||-||failure n. State or condition of not meeting a desirable or intended objective, opposite of success.|
failure n. An object, person or endeavour in a state of failure or incapable of success.
failure n. Termination of the ability of an item to perform its required function, breakdown.
|FAUCIAL||-||faucial adj. (anatomy) Pertaining to the fauces; pharyngeal.|
|FIBULAE||-||fibulae n. plural of fibula.|
fibulæ n. (obsolete) plural form of fibula.
|FIBULAR||-||fibular adj. (anatomy) Of or pertaining to the fibula.|
|FIBULAS||-||fibulas n. plural of fibula.|
|FIGURAL||-||figural adj. Representing by means of a figure; emblematic.|
figural adj. Figurative, not literal.
figural adj. (mathematics, obsolete) Of numbers, describing a geometrical figure.
|FISTULA||-||fistula n. (medicine) An abnormal connection or passageway between organs or vessels that normally do not connect.|
fistula n. (rare) A tube, a pipe, or a hole.
|FLUIDAL||-||fluidal adj. (chiefly geology) Pertaining to a fluid, or to a flowing motion.|
|FLUTINA||-||flutina n. (music) An early precursor to the diatonic button accordion, having one or two rows of treble buttons.|
|FLUVIAL||-||fluvial adj. Of, pertaining to, inhabiting, or produced by the action of a river or stream.|
|GAINFUL||-||gainful adj. Contrary.|
gainful adj. Disposed to taking advantage of.
gainful adj. Troublesome; fractious; hard to handle.
|INFULAE||-||infulae n. plural of infula.|
|PAILFUL||-||pailful n. The amount that fills, or would fill, a pail. [from 16th c.].|
|PAINFUL||-||painful adj. Causing pain or distress, either physical or mental. [from 14th c.].|
painful adj. Afflicted or suffering with pain (of a body part or, formerly, of a person). [from 15th c.].
painful adj. Requiring effort or labor; difficult, laborious. [from 15th c.].
|QUALIFY||-||qualify v. To describe or characterize something by listing its qualities.|
qualify v. To make someone, or to become competent or eligible for some position or task.
qualify v. To certify or license someone for something.
|VIALFUL||-||vialful n. Enough to fill a vial.|
|WAILFUL||-||wailful adj. (chiefly poetic) Sorrowful; mournful.|