- Chinese. Buddha(def 1).
- Da·rio [dah-ryaw] /ˈdɑ ryɔ/, born 1926, Italian playwright and theater director: Nobel Prize 1997.
- field officer.
- foreign office.
- Military. forward observer.
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Contemporary Examples of fo
The England team, already out of fo the tournament, drew nil-nil against Costa Rica.Prince Harry Grimaces As Miserable England Fail Again
June 25, 2014
Brian Williams Raps ‘Gin and Juice’ Fo shizzle, Brizzle Wizzle.Burj Khalifa BASE Jump, ‘Frozen’ ‘Thriller,’ and More Viral Videos
The Daily Beast Video
April 26, 2014
Historical Examples of fo
Then she added, in a lower tone, "'Kuse me fo' throwin' mud on yo' coat."The Little Colonel
Annie Fellows Johnston
You're a coward and a—a fo—ol—and you owe us as much as—a—a dollar.Pee-wee Harris
Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Been so long since I rode into 'at ring I fo'get what it feels like to win a race!Old Man Curry
Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
The fo'mast hands wa'n't talkin' of nothin' else, so this feller said.
That's the kind of voice to make a fo'mast hand step lively!
- Faeroe Islands
- Dario (ˈdærɪəʊ). born 1926, Italian playwright and actor. His plays include The Accidental Death of an Anarchist (1970), Trumpets and Raspberries (1984), and The Tricks of the Trade (1991): Nobel prize for literature 1997
- army Field Officer
- air force Flying Officer
- Foreign Office
- Faeroe Islands (international car registration)
Word Origin for FO