Origin of fico
1570–80; < Italian fico, fica fig1
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Examples from the Web for fico
More than 30 percent of Wall Street-bankrolled loans in the same period had FICO scores under 620.Wall Street, Not Fannie and Freddie, Led Mortgage Meltdown
January 17, 2011
So that your tale be well-salted and well-spiced, a fico for evidence!The Life of Cesare Borgia
"That's all right," said Fico, who didn't know what else to say.
Pinac and Fico shook their heads, mainly because they were mystified.
And Pinac, the gentleman who occupied the other back room next to that of Fico?
Fico looked into the room, shook his head and then turned and stared at his friends.
- a worthless trifle
- another word for fig 1 (def. 7)
C16: from Italian: fig 1
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