f.

1

(in prescriptions) make.

Origin of f.

1
From the Latin word fac

f.

2

(in prescriptions) let them be made.

Origin of f.

2
From the Latin word fīant

f.

3

(in prescriptions) let it be made; let there be made.

Origin of f.

3
From the Latin word fiat

f.

4

(in the Netherlands) guilder; guilders.

Origin of f.

4
From the Dutch word florin

f.

5

F.

Weingartner

[vahyn-gahrt-nuhr]

noun

(Paul) Fe·lix (Ed·ler von Münz·berg) [poul fey-liks eyd-luhr fuh n mynts-berk] /paʊl ˈfeɪ lɪks ˈeɪd lər fən ˈmüntsˌbɛrk/, 1863–1942, Austrian composer, conductor, and writer.
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British Dictionary definitions for f.

f.

F.

abbreviation for

fathom(s)
female
grammar feminine
plural ff. or FF. folio
plural ff. following (page)
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