or Fifeshire geographical name administrative area E Scotland between Firths of Tay & Forth area 509 square miles (1319 square kilometers)

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  • FIFe — (фр. Fédération Internationale Féline Международная федерация кошек) международная организация по разведению и выведению новых пород кошек. Является одним из девяти членов WCC Всемирного Фелинологического Конгресса. Содержание 1 Задачи 2… …   Википедия

  • Fife — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Fife (desambiguación). Fife, también conocido como región de Fife o Reino de Fife (Kingdom of Fife en inglés) es unas de las nueve regiones de Escocia, situada en la costa Este …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fife — ist der Name von: Fife (Schottland), schottische Region Orte in Sambia: Fife (Sambia), sambische Stadt in den Vereinigten Staaten: Fife (Georgia) Fife (Montana) Fife (North Dakota) Fife (Texas) Fife (Virginia) Fife (Washington) Sonstiges:… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FIFe — ist der Name von: Fife (Schottland), schottische Region Fife (Sambia), sambische Stadt Fife (Virginia) Fife (Washington), Stadt in den USA Fife (Texas), Stadt in Texas Schwegel, (engl.), ein Musikinstrument aus Holz FIFE steht als Abkürzung für:… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fife — (f[imac]f), n. [F. fifre, OHG. pf[=i]fa, LL. pipa pipe, pipare to play on the pipe, fr. L. pipire, pipare, to peep, pip, chirp, as a chiken. See {Pipe}.] (Mus.) A small shrill pipe, resembling the piccolo flute, used chiefly to accompany the drum …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fife — Fife, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fifed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {fifing}.] To play on a fife. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fife — Fife, WA U.S. city in Washington Population (2000): 4784 Housing Units (2000): 2232 Land area (2000): 5.564485 sq. miles (14.411949 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.094154 sq. miles (0.243858 sq. km) Total area (2000): 5.658639 sq. miles (14.655807… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • fife — 1550s, from Ger. Pfeife fife, pipe, from O.H.G. pfifa, or via M.Fr. fifre (15c.) from the same O.H.G. word; ultimately imitative. German musicians provided music for most European courts in those days. As a verb from 1590s. Agent noun fifer is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • fife — [fīf] n. [Ger pfeife, a pipe, fife < MHG pfife < OHG pfifa < VL * pipa, PIPE] a small flute having from six to eight finger holes, and usually no keys, used mainly with drums in playing marches vt., vi. fifed, fifing to play on a fife… …   English World dictionary

  • Fife — m Scottish and English: transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages as a local name for someone from the kingdom (now region) of Fife. This is said to get its name from that of the legendary Pictish hero Fib, one of the… …   First names dictionary

  • fife — fife; fife·shire; …   English syllables

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