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FABLE -- fabul (-ist, -osi), saga, legende

FABRIC -- edificie, structural (cloth.) stoff, materie, textage

FABRICATE -- fabricar, inventer

FACADE -- fassade

FACE -- facie (-al), visage; (of clock) disco; (of coins etc.) averse; (surface) superficie. ~ TO ~: vis-a-vis, contra; v. frontar. TO MAKE A ~: grimassar. TO BE FACED WITH: star avan

FACET -- facette

FACETIOUS -- jocosi

FACILE -- facil (-itá)

FACSIMILE -- ~

FACT -- facte. IN ~: in facte, efectivmen. AS A MATTER OF ~: advere

FACTION -- partise, clique

FACTITIOUS -- artificial, fals

FACTOR -- ~, agente

FACTORY -- fabrica, usina

FACULTATIVE -- facultativ

FACULTY -- talent, capabilitá; (univ.) facultá

FAD -- marotte, dadá

FADE -- marcir, pallidar, evanescer

FAECES -- fecallia, excrement

FAG -- v. fatigar; n. servitor; strapacie

FAGGOT -- fasce, fagotte

FAIENCE -- fayance

FAIL -- dessuccesser; (business or examina tion) fallir, bancrottar; (grow weak) debilijar; (be wanting) mancar; (a person) decepter. WITHOUT ~: ínfallibilmen

FAILING -- manca, delicte, culpa

FAILURE -- bancrotte, dessuccesse, defecte; cessation, falliment

FAINT -- a. debil, pallid; v. evanescer (-ement)

FAINT-HEARTED -- pusilanim, timid, decorageosi

FAIR -- bell, pretti; blond; honest, ínpartial, just, "fair"; seren; n. ferie

FAIR-COPY -- nettage

FAIRLY -- honestmen, justmen; (enough) sat, passabilmen, alquant

FAIRY -- fea, silf(a), elf. ~ TALE: fiaba. ~ ART: feeríe; a. feeric

FAITH -- fide, crede, confidentic; confession

FAITHFUL -- fidel (-itá)

FAITHLESS -- ínfidel, perfid (-ie)

FAKE -- falsificar (-ation); n. fraude; (naut.) rul de cordage

FALCHION -- gladie, sabre

FALCON -- ~ (-ero)

FALL -- v. cader; ~ ASLEEP: indormir. ~ AWAY: deserter. ~ IN: crular, cader in ruinas; (mil.) formar se in ranges, stantar se. ~ OUT: querellar; ocurrer; (on Exchange) ~ DUE: scader; (noun) cade, cadida

FALLACIOUS -- ilusiv, deceptiv, sofistic

FALLACY -- sofisme, fals conclusion, erra

FALLIBLE -- fallibil (-itá)

FALLOW -- íncultivat, ínusat, reposant; (colour) falvi

FALSE -- fals (-itá), fictiv, perfid. TO PLAY ~: perfider

FALSEHOOD -- mentie, mentida

FALSETTO -- falsett(e)

FALSIFY -- falsificar (-ation)

FALTER -- chancelar, vacilar; (in speech) hesitar, balbutiar

FAME -- fama (-osi), renomé

FAMILIAR -- fainiliari (-tá, -isar)

FAMILY -- familie (-al)

FAMINE -- ~; (fig.) manca

FAMISH -- afamar. TO BE FAMISHED: famear

FAN -- ventol (-ar); (tech.) ventilator

FANATIC -- fanatic (-o). FANATICISME: fanatisme

FANCIFUL -- fantastic, capriciosi, imaginari, marottic

FANCY -- fantasie, imagination, idé, notion, preferentie, gust; v. imaginar, preferer, presentar se

FANE -- temple

FANFARE -- fanfare, tush

FANG -- griffe

FANTASTIC -- ~

FANTASY -- fantasie

FAR -- a. lontan, distant; adv. mult. ~ TOO MUCH: mult tro mult. AS ~ AS I KNOW: secun quo yo save

FARCE -- farse, buffa, comedie; (cul.) farce

FARE -- v. standar; n. nutriment; passagero; precie. HOW MUCH IS THE ~?: quant custa li viage?

FAREWELL -- adío, til revide!; a. demissional

FARINA -- farine

FARM -- farme (-ero); v. cultivar; (- out) locar, forluar

FARRAGO -- mixtura, conglomerate

FARRIER -- huf-forjero; veterinario

FARTHER -- plu lontan

FASCINATE -- fascinar (-ation), charmar

FASHION -- moda; maniere, custom; (cut of garment) fasson; v. fassonar

FASHIONABLE -- secun li moda

FAST -- rapid, veloci; fix, stabil, firm; (of clock) avansat, tro rapid; n. carema (-ar), abstinentie

FASTEN -- fixar, ligar, serrar; (a dress) agraffar

FASTIDIOUS -- desfacilmen satisfat

FAT -- a. grassi, corpulent; n. grasse

FATE -- ~ (-al), destine

FATHER -- patre. FATHER-IN-LAW: belpatre. ~LESS: orfan, sin patre; v. geniter; (- upon) atribuer a

FATHOM -- (naut.) brassade. ~LINE: sonde; v. sondar; comprender, penetrar

FATIGUE -- fatiga (-ar), exhaustion

FATTEN -- ingrassar, far (devenir) grass

FATUOUS -- fatui (-tá), idiotic, absurd, inept

FAULT -- defecte, manca, erra, culpa; v. TO FIND ~: criticar

FAULTY -- ínperfect, defectiv

FAUNA -- ~, animalité

FAVOUR -- favore (-ar, -abil)

FAVOURITE -- a. favorit (-e, -isme), preferet

FAWN -- cervello; a. cervin; v. TO ~ UPON: repter avan, flattachar

FAWNING -- servil, reptiv

FAY -- fea, nimfa

FEALTY -- fidelitá

FEAR -- v. timer (-ore, -orosi)

FEARFUL -- terribil; timid

FEASIBLE -- possibil, practicabil, efectuabil

FEAST -- festine, banquette, regale; v. festinar, regalar (se)

FEAT -- (of agility etc.) artificie, habilitá; heroic action

FEATHER -- plum. FEATHERED: plumat. ~ WEIGHT: (sport) plum-póndere

FEATURE -- trate, caracteristica

FEBRUARY -- februar

FECUND -- ~ (-itá), fertil (-itá)

FEDERAL -- ~ (-isme)

FEDERATE -- federar (-ation)

FEE -- honorarie, recompense

FEEBLE -- debil (-itá, -isar)

FEED -- v. a. nutrir, alimentar; (eat) manjar; (cattle) forragear. TO ~ ON: nutrir se per

FEEL -- sentir; (by touch) palpar, tastar.

HOW DO YOU ~? -- qualmen vu standa?

FEELER -- (ent.) antenne. TO PUT OUT FEELERS: sondar

FEELING -- sente, sensation, emotion

FEIGN -- ficter, simular

FEINT -- fiction, simulation, pretexte; tric; (fencing) finte

FELICITATE -- felicitar, gratular

FELINE -- catin

FELL -- a. terribil, cruel; v. abatter, cadentar

FELLOE -- felga FELLOW: compane, socio, membre, co-; (individual) chap, homacho

FELLOWSHIP -- membratu; (brotherhood) fraternité

FELON -- criminard, malefator

FELT -- n. feltre (-in)

FEMALE -- n. fémina (-in, -initá, -isme); female

FEMUR -- femur (-al)

FEN -- palude, morasse

FENCE -- palissade; v. palissar, inhagar; (sport) escrimar, parar

FENCING -- (sport) escrime (-ero)

FEND FOR -- provider por, cuidar

FENDER -- para-foy; (naut.) garda-látere

FENNEL -- fenicul

FERMENT -- ~ (-ar, -ation), maichar

FERN -- filice

FEROCIOUS -- feroci, savagi

FERRET -- furette. TO ~ ABOUT: furettar

FERRULE -- virol

FERRY -- pram

FERTILE -- fertil, fecund (-itá)

FERULE -- ferul

FERVENT -- ~, ardent

FERVID -- ~, ardent, avid, passionat

FERVOUR -- fervore, ferventie, zel

FESTAL -- ~, gay

FESTER -- v. supurar, ulcerar

FESTIVE -- festal, festiv

FESTIVAL -- festa

FESTIVITY -- festa, gayita

FESTOON -- feston (-ar)

FETCH -- aportar; (a person) far venir

FETE -- festa (-ar)

FETID -- ~, malodorant

FETISH -- fetiche, idol

FETLOCK -- fanon

FETTER -- ligar, incatenar, impedir; n. caten, ferre

FEUD -- vendetta, querell; (fief) feude (-al, -alisme)

FEVER -- febre (-osi)

FEW -- poc

FEZ -- ~

FIANCE(E) -- sponso (-a)

FIASCO -- ~

FIAT -- decrete

FIBRE -- ~ (-in, -osi)

FIBULA -- ~

FICKLE -- ínconstant, capriciosi

FICTION -- (feigning) ~; (novels) romanes

FICTITIOUS -- fictiv, fals, inventet

FIDDLE -- n. violine. ~ BOW: arc. ~ STRING: corde

FIDDLESTICKS -- nonsense

FIDELITY -- fidelitá

FIDGET -- v. esser desquiet, movettar se nervosimen

FIE -- fi!

FIELD -- agre, prate, camp

FIELD-GLASS -- binocul

FIEND -- diábol (-ic)

FIERCE -- furiosi, feroci, violent

FIERY -- ardent, foyosi, impetuosi

FIFE -- siffluore

FIFTH -- quinesim; (mus.) quinte

FIG -- figue (-iero)

FIGHT -- v. combatter; (with sword) escrimar, gladiar; (with fist) boxar; n. combatte

FIGMENT -- fiction

FIGURE -- figura (-ar, -ant), forme, statura; (number) ciffre; v. calcular

FIGURE OF SPEECH -- trope

FIGUREHEAD -- antefigura; (person) comparse

FILAMENT -- fil, fibre, filament

FILCH -- furter

FILE -- n. (papers) file; classificator; (mil.) range; (tool) lime; v. classificar; (mech.) limar

FILIAL -- ~

FILIBUSTER -- corsaro; v. obstructer (-or)

FILIGREE -- filigran

FILINGS -- limallia

FILL -- v. plenar; (teeth) piumbar; n. plenitá, satie

FILLER -- funel

FILLET -- cap-band; (cul.) filé, pisc despinat

FILLIP -- stimul, incitation

FILLY -- cavallella, yun cavalla

FILM -- membrane, pellículi (phot.) film (-actor, -stelle)

FILTER -- filtre (-ar)

FILTH -- sordidage, sordidallia

FIN -- pinne, svimmuore. FIN-FOOTED: pinnipedat

FINAL -- ~, ultim. FINALE: ~

FINANCE -- financie (-al, -ero)

FINCH -- pinson

FIND -- trovar; constatar; (supply with) provider; n. trova, trovage

FINDING -- n. sententie, verdicte, judicie

FINE -- a. bell; (thin) tenui; subtil; (sharp) acut: (delicate) fin, delicat; n. punition pocuhiari, multa, amende

FINERY -- ornamentes

FINESSE -- ~, astutie, subtilitá; (at cards) finte

FINGER -- fingre; v. palpar. ~ PRINT: fingre-print

FINGER-POST -- pal indicatori, indicator de via

FINICKING -- tro precisi, afectat

FINISH -- v. a. finir, terminar; (of stuffs) apretar; v.n. cessar; n. fine

FISISHED -- (refined) rafinat

FINITE -- finit, limitat

FIORD -- ~

FIR -- abiete

FIRE -- foy; incendie; v. incendiar, far foy; (a gun) tirar, dar foy; (heat) calentar.

FIR ALARM|FIRE -- foy-alarmaparate.

FIRBRIGADE|FIRE -- incendie-brigade.

FIRESCAPE|FIRE -- salv-aparate.

FIRGUARD|FIRE -- para-foy.

FIREMAN|FIRE -- pumpero, parafoyero; (stoker; calentator, foymann.

FIRPLACE|FIRE -- camine.

FIRWOOD|FIRE -- combustibile.

FIRWORKS|FIRE -- foyes artificial, pirotecnica

FIRM -- a. ~, fix, stabil; n. firma

FIRMAMENT -- ~

FIRST -- unesim, prim. AT ~: in prim

FIRSTLING -- primicie

FIRTH -- estuarie, inboccatura

FISCAL -- ~

FISH -- pise (-ar, -ator, -iera)

FISHING-LINE -- pisc-fil. ~ROD: canne a piscar

FISHMONGER -- pisc-venditor, piscero

FISSION -- ~

FISSURE -- fissura, fensura

FIST -- punie

FISTULA -- fistul

FIT -- apt, bon, util; decent; in bon statu; san; n. humor, capricie; (med.) accesse, convulsion, paroxisme; v. adaptar, ajustar, acomodar; ( ~ up, ~ out) equipar, provider, installar, monter; (a suit) ad-mesurar

FITTER -- montero

FITTING -- a. convenent

FITTINGS -- accessories

FIVE -- quin

FIX -- fixar, regular, ligar; n. dilemma

FIXTURE -- arangeament; (property) imobilie

FIZZ -- sibilar

FLABBERGAST -- consternar, astonar

FLABBY -- moll, lax

FLACCID -- debil, marcid

FLAG -- flagga, standarte, baniere; (stone) strad-petre; v. debilijar, languir

FLAGELLATE -- flagellar (-ation)

FLAGON -- flacon

FLAGRANT -- ~, notori

FLAIL -- drachuore

FLAKE -- flocc; (metal) lámine; v. exfoliar

FLAMBEAU -- torche

FLAMBOYANT -- florid, flammeant

FLAME -- flamme; ardore. ~ THROWER: lansa-flamme; v. flammar

FLAMINGO -- ~

FLANGE -- ~

FLANK -- flanca (-ar), látere

FLANNEL -- flanelle

FLAP -- clappe; (of wing) batte; v. clappar; frappar, batter

FLARE -- v. flammear, flagrar; n. torche. TO ~ UP: (fig.) incolerar se

FLASH -- n. scintille, fúlmine; v. lucer, fulminar, eclatar

FLASK -- botelle, flacon

FLAT -- a. plan, plat; (of voice) fals; (of taste) fad, ínsipid, adv. FLATLY: francmen; n. apartament; etage; (mus.) bemoll; (naut.) bassfunde

FLAT-FOOT -- platpede

PLATIRON -- ferro-glattuore

FLATTEN -- aplatar, aplanar; aplastar

FLATTER -- flattar (-osi, -ant)

FLATULENCE -- flatu (-ent, -entie, -osi), gas intestinal; fatuitá, vanitá

FLAUNT -- paradar, ostentar

FLAVOUR -- sapore, gust, aroma; v. spicear

FLAW -- defecte; (crack) fensura

FLAX -- lin (-atri)

FLAY -- depellar, excoriar; torturar

FLEA -- pulce

FLEDGED -- volativ, vola-capabil; plumat

FLEDGELING -- avielle

FLEE -- fugir (-itor, -ida), forcurrer

FLEECE -- lane, lan-pelle; v. tonder; (cheat) fraudar

FLEET -- a. rapid, agil; n. flotte

FLEETING -- fugitiv, efemeri

FLESH -- carne (-al, -ivori, -osi)

FLEXIBLE -- flexibil (-itá)

FLICK -- (noun) tappa

FLICKER -- flamettar, movettar se

FLIGHT -- vola(da); (fleeing) fugida; (flock) volade

FLIGHTY -- frivol, de levi anim, ínconstant

FLIMSY -- ínsubstantial, tenui

FLINCH -- (retro)ceder

FLING -- jettar, lansar; (of horses) regambar

FLINT -- silice (-osi)

FLIPPANT -- temerari, frivoli, ínseriosi

FLIRT -- n. coquetto (-a), flirt; v. coquettar, amorettar; flirtar

FLIT -- translocar; (of birds) glissar, volettar ( a ci e ta)

FLOAT -- v. flottar; (hover) planear; n. flottuore; (angler's) flottette, svimmuore

FLOCK -- (wool etc.) flocc

FLOCK -- greg, truppe, gruppe; v. amassar se, gregar se

FLOE -- camp de glacie

FLOG -- flagellar (-ation), knutar, castigar

FLOOD -- v. inundar (-ation); n. torrent, flut, diluvie

FLOOR -- suol, planc-suol; (storey) etage. INLAID ~: parquett

FLORA -- (bot.) ~

FLORAL -- ~

FLORET -- florette

FLORID -- tro ornat, ostentativ

FLORIST -- ~

FLOSS -- lane de semes, lanuge

FLOSS-SILK -- filoselle

FLOSSY -- silkin

FLOTILLA -- flottille

FLOTSAM -- flottallia, vrecallia

FLOUNCE -- precipitar se

FLOUNDER -- v. gambear, chancelar; n. (fish) pleuronecte

FLOUR -- farine

FLOURISH -- florear, prosperar: (a weapon) brandisser; n. (in writing) floscul, arabesca; fanfare; volut

FLOUT -- mocar, derider

FLOW -- v. fluer; n. currente, flution

FLOWER -- flor. ~ BED: flor-bed; v. florar, florescer

FLUCTUATE -- fluctuar (-ation), variar

FLUE -- fum-tube

FLUENT -- ~ (-ie)

FLUFF -- lanuge, flocc

FLUID -- ~, liquid (-itá); (noun) fluide, liquide

FLUKE -- hasarde; (fish) pleuronecte

FLUNKEY -- lacayo, leccard, adulator; servitor in livré

FLUORSPAR -- fluor

FLUORESCENT -- ~

FLURRY -- v. confuser, agitar. FLURRIED: anxiosi, confuset

FLUSH -- v. rubijar; (~ out) rinsar; n. ruble, rubiation

FLUSTER -- agitar

FLUTE -- flaute; (arch.) cannel; (of anchor) pattes del ancre

FLUTTER -- v. (birds) volettar; (of heart) palpitar; (flags) far flirtar; n. ínquietesse

FLUVIAL -- ~ FLUX: fluentie; (soldering) medie a suldar, suldage

FLY 1.|FLY -- v. volar; (in aeroplane) aviar; (fig.) hastar; (flag) far flirtar

FLY 2.|FLY -- (insect) mosca

FLYING BUTTRESS -- suporte arcat

FOAL -- cavallello

FOAM -- scum (-ar)

FOCUS -- foco (-al)

FODDER -- forrage

FOE -- ínamico, adversario

FOETUS -- feto

FOG -- (spess) nebul (-osi, -ositá)

FOGHORN -- sirene

FOIBLE -- capricie, debilesse

FOIL -- v. frustrar, vanificar; n. florete, rapiere; (metal) folie

FOIST UPON -- obtruder

FOLD -- plica; (sheep) corrale, hagatura. MANI~: multiplic; v. plicar; (hands) junter; (sheep) inhagar, incorralar

FOLDING -- plicabil

FOLIAGE -- ~

FOLIO -- ~, págine

FOLK -- gente; (a people) popul, nation

FOLKLORE -- ~

FOLLOW -- sequer; succeDer; obedir

FOLLOWER -- adherente, partisan, adepte; successor

FOLLY -- follie, stultie, stultesse

FOMENT -- fomentar (-ation), incitar

FOND -- tendri, indulgent, afectionat. TO BE ~ OF: amar, apreciar

FONDLE -- caressar

FONT -- cuve baptismal

FOOD -- manjage, nutriment, aliment; (animals) forrage, vorage

FOOD-STUFFS -- nutritives, victuales

FOOL -- n. folio, idiote, stulton; v. decepter, dupar; (make a ~ of) ridiculisar

FOOLHARDY -- temerari

FOOLISH -- folli, stupid

FOOT 1.|FOOT -- pede; base; v. ear a pede, pedear, vader

FOOT- 2.|FOOT -- ~BALL: futballe. ~MAN: lacayo. ~MARK: ped-tracie. ~NOTE: ped-note. ~PASSENGER: pedon, pedeator. ~PATH: ped-via, viette, trottuore. ~PRINT: ped-tracie, vestigie. ~STEP: passu. ~STOOL

FOP -- dandy, fatuo

FOPPISH -- afectat, dandyatri

FOR -- (prep.) por; (because) pro que; (during) durante; (in exchange for) por, contra; (in spite of) malgre; (on account of) pro; (on behalf of) por; (towards) a; ~EVER: por sempre

FORAGE -- forrage; v. serchar forrage

FORAY -- razzia, raubatori excurse

FORBEAR -- abstener se de; n. (forebear) preavo

FORBID -- interdicter, prohibir

FORBIDDING -- repugnant, repulsiv

FORCE -- fortie, vigore, violentie; (might) potentie. IN ~: valid, valent. BY ~: per fortie, violentmen; v. fortiar, violar; obligar; (to ~ upon) obtruder

FORCEPS -- forcepse

FORCIBLE -- fort, fortiosi, violent

FORD -- vada (-ar)

FORE~ -- pre-

FORE, TO THE(2) -- in avan

FOREARM -- avan-brasse

FOREBODE -- pre-indicar, presentir (-iment), predir

FORECAST -- predir, previder, augurar, prognosticar

FOREFATHERS -- preavos

FOREFINGER -- fingre indicatori, index-fingre

FOREFRONT -- avan-fronte

FOREGO -- renunciar; preceder

FOREGOING -- precedent. THE ~: lu precedent

FOREGROUND -- avanplan

FOREHEAD -- fronte

FOREIGN -- foren, extran; strangi; (bot.) exotic

FOREIGNER -- extrano, foreno

FORELAND -- promontorie

FORELOCK -- front-bucle

FOREMAST -- foc-mast

FOREMAN -- suprastante, chef-ovrero

FOREMOST -- prim, chef, plu avansat

FORENOON -- premidí, antemidí

FORENSIC -- judiciari

FORERUNNER -- precursor, pionero; ómine

FORESAIL -- foc(segle)

FORESEE -- previder

FORESHADOW -- pre-indicar, presignar

FORESHORE -- rive (intermareal)

FORESHORTEN -- dessinar in perspective, perspectivisar

FORESIGHT -- prevision, previdentie

FORESKIN -- prepucio

FOREST -- ~ (-ero), silva (-in)

FORESTALL -- prevenir, anticipar

FORESTRY -- forest-cultura

FORETASTE -- antegust

FORETELL -- predir

FORETHOUGHT -- premeditation, previdentie

FOREWARN -- advertir

FOREWORD -- anteparol, preparol

FORFEIT -- v. (lose) perdir; a. rendiend, a rendir; n. perde, punition meritet FORGE: forjar (-ero, -ería); (commit forgery) contrafar, falsar; imitar

FORGERY -- contrafation

FORGET -- obliviar (-aci)

FORGET-ME-NOT -- miosótis

FORGIVE -- pardonar, excusar

FORK -- furca (-at). TABLE ~: furcette; v. bifurcar, fender se; ramificar

FORLORN -- abandonat, sin auxilie, solitari

FORM -- forme, figura: fasson; (bench) banca: classe; (schedule) formul; v. formar (se)

FORMAL -- ~ (-isme, -ist, -itá)

FORMAT -- formate

FORMER -- precedent, anteyan, passat

FORMERLY -- antey

FORMIDABLE -- formidabil, timend, terribil

FORMULA -- formul (-ar)

FORNICATE -- fornicar (-ation)

FORSAKE -- abandonar, forlassar, renunciar

FORSOOTH -- vermen, advere

FORSWEAR -- abjurar, renegar; (oneself) jurar falsmen, perjurar se

FORT -- forteresse

FORTE -- fort látere (de un person)

FORTH -- for; (prep.) ex, fro

FORTHWITH -- strax

FORTIFY -- fortificar (-ation), infortiar, consolidar

FORTNIGHT -- du semanes, deciquar dies

FORTRESS -- forteresse

FORTUITOUS -- accidental, hasardal, casual

FORTUNATE -- fortunat, felici

FORTUNE -- fortun; felicitá; (luck) hasarde, chance. ~TELLER: divinator, chiromante (-a). TO TELL FORTUNES: predir li futur

FORTY -- quaranti

FORUM -- ~

FORWARD -- a. avansat, tosti, parat; impertinent, obtrusiv; adv. adavan; v. promoer, accelerar, expedir, inviar, transmisser

FOSSE -- ~, tranché

FOSSIL -- ~ (-e, -isar, -iferi)

FOSSILIZE -- petrificar (se), fossilisar

FOSTER -- v. nutrir; cuidar, elevar

FOSTER-(2) -- adoptiv

FOUL -- a. sordid, inpur, fetid, abominabil, desbell, mal. ~ PLAY: perfidie; v. sordidar; (become entangled) implicar se

FOULARD -- fularde

FOUND -- v. fundar, instituer, etablisser; (smelt) fonder

FOUNDATION -- fundation; (basis) fundament

FOUNDER -- n. fundator; (smelter) fondero; v. afundar

FOUNDLING -- infante trovat, trovate

FOUNDRY -- fondería, fusería

FOUNT -- fonte; (typ.) fonde

FOUNTAIN -- fontane. FOUNTAIN-PEN: fontan-plum

FOUR -- quar. A ~: quadren. ~TEEN: deciquar

FOURFOLD -- quadriplic

FOWL -- avie; (domestic) gállin

FOWLER -- avie-captor, avie-fusilator

FOX -- ~

FOXGLOVE -- digitale

FOXTROT -- foxtrott

FOXY -- astut, foxatri

FRACAS -- fracass, rixe

FRACTION -- fragment, fractura; (arith.) fraction (-al)

FRACTIOUS -- iritabil, contrari, obstinat

FRACTURE -- (med.) oss-fractura; ruptura; v. fracter, rupter

FRAGILE -- fragil, fractibil, delicat

FRAGMENT -- ~ (-ari)

FRAGRANCE -- parfum, aroma (-tic)

FRAIL -- debil, infirm (-itá), fragil

FRAME -- v. formar, formular; (picture) incadrar; n. cadre, squelette, córpore; (of mind) statu. FRAMEWORK: frame

FRANCHISE -- jure de votation, sufragie, jure civil

FRANK -- franc, sinceri, candid; (letters) afrancar

FRANKINCENSE -- incense

FRANTIC -- frenetic, furiosi, rabiat

FRATERNAL -- ~, fratrin

FRATERNITY -- fraternitá; (society) fraternité

FRATERNIZE -- fraternisar (-ation)

FRAUD -- fraude, dupada, deception

FRAUDULENT -- fraudatori

FRAUGHT WITH -- chargeat per

FRAY -- conflicte, combatte; v. fricter, forfricter

FREAK -- singularitá, monstruositá; (whim) marotte

FRECKLE -- lentige

FREE -- líber; gratuit; franc; v. liberar

FREEBOOTER -- marOdero

FREEDOM -- libertá; (of city) borgesie

FREEHOLD -- líber possedage

FREEMASON -- franc-masson

FREETHINKER -- liberpensante

FREEZE -- gelar, glaciar se; (feel cold) friger

FREIGHT -- frete, porte; (load) cargo

FRENCH BEAN -- faseol

FRENZY -- frenesie (-tic), rabie

FREQUENT -- ~ (-ie, -ar), sovente

FRESCO -- ~

FRESH -- frisc (-ore), pur, recent; (another) altri; (not salt) ne salat. ~ WATER: dulci aqua, frisc aqua

FRESHEN -- refriscar

FRET -- (worry) chagrinar; consumar se; (rub) fricter

FRETSAW -- ret-sega

FRETWORK -- ret-segada

FRIABLE -- friabil

FRIAR -- mónaco

FRICASSEE -- fricassé

FRICTION -- ~

FRIDAY -- venerdí. GOOD ~: Sant Venerdí

FRIEND -- amico (-a). ~LY: afabil, amical

FRIENDSHIP -- amicitá, amicie

FRIEZE -- (arch.) frise

FRIGATE -- fregatte

FRIGHT -- terre; (image) monstru

FRIGHTEN -- terrer, timentar, efaruchar

FRIGHTFUL -- terribil, horribil

FRIGID -- ~ (-itá)

FRILL -- jabot, colarette, crispat bordura

FRINGE -- frange

FRISK -- v. saltillar, capreolar

FRISKY -- gay, alegri, alert

FRITTER AWAY -- dissipar, forfrivolar

FRIVOLOUS -- frivol, futil, bagetellic, ínseriosi

FRIZZLE -- friser, crispar; (fry) frir; (of sound) sibilar

FRO, TO AND -- * a ci e ta

FROCK -- robe

FROCK-COAT -- redingote

FROG -- ran (-in, -atri, -ello)

FROLIC -- v. luder, capreolar, saltillar

FROLICSOME -- gay, alegri, ludaci

FROM -- (place) de, fro, ex; (time) desde; (cause) pro, caus; (means) per

FROND -- folie de filice

FRONT -- n. fronte, facie; (of building) fassade; a. anteriori, antean, frontal. IN ~: in avan

FRONTAGE -- ~

FRONTIER -- frontiera (-al)

FRONTISPIECE -- titul-folie, titul-image, frontispicie

FROST -- gela, frigore; (hoar ~) gela crinosi, pruine

FROSTBITE -- gela-vúlnere

FROTH -- scum; v. efervescer

FROWN -- rugar li fronte, sulcar li broves

FRUCTIFY -- fecundar, infructar (se), fructificar

FRUGAL -- ~ (-itá)

FRUIT -- fructe (-iferi, -osi, -iero,-venditor); v. dar fructe, fructificar

FRUITION -- maturitá, juida

FRUITLESS -- van, ínfertil

FRUMP -- oldmodic, feminach, oldmodona

FRUSTRATE -- frustrar (-ation), vanitar

FRY -- frir; n. frite; (fish ~) fraye, pisc-covatura. THE WHOLE ~: li tot parentité

FRYING-PAN -- padelle

FUCHSIA -- fucsia

FUDDLE -- v. confuser; ebriar

FUEL -- combustibile

FUGITIVE -- a. fugitiv; efemeri; n. fugitor, fugiard

FUGUE -- fuga

FULCRUM -- pivot, punta de apoy

FULFIL -- far, plenar, compleer, realisar

FULL -- plen, complet, tot, integri; ampli; (of food) sat; v. (cloth) fullar

FULL-FACED -- guanciut

FULL-GROWN -- plen-crescet, adult

FULL-LENGTH -- prosternat

FULL-MOON -- plenlunie

FULL-STOP -- punctu; halta

FULMINATE -- v. tonnerar (contra); fulminar

FULSOME -- nauseativ, adulatori

FUMBLE -- circumtastar, circumpalpar; bosillar

FUME -- v. esser coleric; n, vapore, exhalation

FUMIGATE -- fumicar, fum-desinfecter

FUN -- amusament, divertissement; comicalitá, jocada

FUNCTION -- ~ (-ar, -ario)

FUND -- provision, stock; cassa, capitale; abundantie

FUNDAMENT -- ~ (-al, -alisme) FUNERAL: interration, funerale; a. funebri, funeral

FUNGUS -- fungo (-osi)

FUNICULAR -- a. de cable; n. cable-relvia, funiculare

FUNNEL -- funel

FUNNY -- amusant, comic, risibil; strangi

FUR -- pelisse (-ero), pelle

FURBISH -- polir, renovar

FURIOUS -- furiosi, rabiat. TO BE ~: furer

FURL -- (flag) rular; (naut.) ferlar li segles

FURLOUGH -- congedie, vacantie

FURNACE -- forn

FURNISH -- munir, furnir, provider, liverar; (a house) moblar

FURNITURE -- mobles; accessories

FURORE -- sensation, excitation

FURROW -- sulca (-ar)

FURTHER -- a. plu distant, plu lontan, posteriori; adv. adplu, adultra; v. promoer, avansar, accelerar

FURTHERMORE -- in céteri, adplu

FURTIVE -- secret, furtori

FURY -- furie, rabie; megera

FURZE -- ulex

FUSE -- v. fonder, fuser (-ion, -ibil); n. explodette; (electr.) fusibile, fusette FUSILIER: fusilero

FUSILLADE -- fusilada

FUSION -- ~ (-ar)

FUSS -- tumultu, bruida. TO MAKE A ~: far desfacilitás

FUSTIAN -- fustane

FUSTY -- muffi, muffosi

FUTILE -- futil (-ita), van

FUTURE -- futur (-i, -ic, -itá, -ist)