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fanny (informal) the buttocks.
fantail any of various breeds of domestic pigeons or goldfish having wide fan-shaped tails. [3 definitions]
fan-tan a card game in which the winner successfully discards his or her cards in a specific sequence. [2 definitions]
fantasia a musical composition of free or irregular form chosen by the composer. [2 definitions]
fantasist one who creates fantasies, esp. a writer of fantasies.
fantasize to indulge in fantasy or daydreams. [2 definitions]
fantast one given to fanciful, impractical dreams; visionary.
fantastic wildly imaginative or outlandish; fanciful; exaggerated. [5 definitions]
fantasy imagination or something imagined, esp. if fanciful, exaggerated, or bizarre. [5 definitions]
fanzine (informal) a magazine, usu. not of professional quality, put together for a specific population, as for fans with a common interest.
FAQ abbreviation of "frequently asked questions."
far at or to a great distance in space or time. [5 definitions]
farad a unit of electrical capacitance equal to the amount required for one coulomb to cause a difference of one volt in potential.
faraday a unit of electric charge, used in electrolysis, that is equal to the amount carried by one mole of singly charged ions or 96,485 coulombs.
farandole a lively group dance originating in southern France, or the music accompanying it.
far and wide over great distances.
faraway distant or remote. [2 definitions]
far be it from me I would not dare or venture.
farce a comedy that depends for its humor on quick and surprising turns of events and on exaggerated characters and situations, or the type of humor characteristic of such a play. [2 definitions]
farceur (French) one who writes or acts in dramatic farces. [2 definitions]
farcical light and humorous in composition, as a performance. [2 definitions]