• (music) A syllable used in solfège to represent the fourth diatonic (or sixth chromatic) note of a major scale.
  • (soccer) Initialism of Football Association, especially the English Football Association. See also Scottish FA and Welsh FA.
  • Initialism of Fanconi anemia. [A rare genetic disease typically leading to acute myelogenous leukemia, and often accompanied by congenital defects such as short stature, abnormalities of the skin, arms, head, eyes, kidneys, and ears, and developmental disabilities.]
  • (Wikimedia jargon) Initialism of featured article.
  • Initialism of felonious assault.
  • Initialism of flight attendant. [A member of the crew of an airplane who is responsible for the comfort and safety of its passengers.]
  • Initialism of fee agreement.
  • Initialism of fat admirer.
  • (sports) Initialism of free agent. [(sports) A professional athlete who is free to play for or sign a contract to play for any team.]
  • (sports) Abbreviation of final A.

Examples of "fa" in Sentences

  • If it's not an FA, it's not an FA.
  • FA should be left to the FA process.
  • The English Double is the league and the FA Cup.
  • Listen to the verb conjugation of the French word façonner:
  • I urge the people defending the article's FA status to desist.
  • You will find the French word façon referenced in these books:
  • By the 1880s the influence of the Sheffield FA started to wane.
  • The FA differentiate between the two sections of the competition.
  • Oggi fa bel tempo_, "or" _fa cattivo tempo_, "as the case may be.
  • October 3, 2009 at 7:36 pm mi fa mi re ~do~ re ~~mi so fa mi re~ fa~~~~♪
  • Secondly, the article fails the comprehensive section of the FA criteria.
  • We separate the FA requirements, and decentralize it to individual articles.
  • But it added, fa fa&, no great ftrength to the Confederacy; and TO LATE WAR.
  • In August 2008 Setanta became the official broadcaster of the The English FA.
  • Maybe the team announcements from the respective FAs should be the determiner.
  • Maybe this fa is a mom, too, and was one of those moms who liked to have a blanket.
  • The augmented fourths formed by the notes fa and mi, marked with x, are the _mi contra fa_, which _diabolus est_, or 'is the _divider_,' see p. 36.

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