noun, plural fi·coes.
Origin of fico
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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|Michael Hudson|January 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
"Third floor front forgot his key, Miss Houston," said the girl sulkily, as Fico trudged upstairs to his room.
But if you really did accomplish any letters and not send them, I say, a fico for thy friendship!Letters of Edward FitzGerald|Edward FitzGerald
A fico for Imperial "Pots," and their young princely progenies.
Pinac and Fico were determined to let him see that the loss of their positions had not caused them any uneasiness.
Pinac and Fico had secured engagements on an excursion steamboat that plied its way to Coney Island and back.