- fiduciary bond,
- fiduciary issue,
- fidus achates,
- fiedler, arthur,
Origin of fie
Examples from the Web for fie
Fie on frustrated feminists: If you are an Orthodox woman, you can have it all.
The new movie Anonymous says Shakespeare was a fraud and has literary scholars screaming “Fie!”
Fie, Peter, let Miranda dance if she will; I should love to see her.An Unwilling Maid|Jeanie Gould Lincoln
This, indeed, moved me not; with a calm demeanor I bid the wench follow me, and to that faithless knave I cried: "Fie!"Margery [Gred], Complete|Georg Ebers
Fie, moody one, brewing melancholy when her man is so happy!Flemish Legends|Charles de Coster
I was so stuck up over his compliments that I began flouncing around with my head held high, like the picture of 'Oh, fie!The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor|Annie Fellows Johnston
Fie upon such folly, say I, and heaven grant that those who want more sense may have it.Child Life in Colonial Days|Alice Morse Earle
Word Origin for fie
late 13c., possibly from Old French fi, exclamation of disapproval, and reinforced by a Scandinavian form (cf. Old Norse fy); it's a general sound of disgust that seems to have developed independently in many languages.