Origin of fam
or F. & A.M.
Examples from the Web for fam
He's another with a wife and fam'ly, and he gets the dancin', too.The Virginian|Owen Wister
Famulus, fam′ū-lus, n. a private secretary or factotum: an attendant, esp.
Isn't it a pity though that Mary Rose couldn't have taken more after her mother's fam'ly?Mary Rose of Mifflin|Frances R. Sterrett
"Ruth does all th' reading for this fam'ly," was Stiles's muttered rejoinder.On Secret Service|William Nelson Taft
Uncle Bob said our fam'ly always believed that it brought 'em good luck to own this umbrella.Sky Island|L. Frank Baum