Definitions for FONfɒn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a member of an African people of S Benin.
the Kwa language of the Fon.
A chieftain or king of a region of Cameroon.
A language of Benin and Togo, specifically, in the southern regions corresponding to the former kingdom of Dahomey. Also known as Fongbe or Fu0254ngbe, it is part of the Gbe family of West African languages.
Origin: From fonnen, from fon, fonne.
a fool; an idiot
Fon is a company that operates a system of dual access wireless networks. Fon claims to have the largest Wi-Fi network in the world, with over seven million hotspots. Members, whom the company calls "Foneros", agree to share a part of their bandwidth as a Wi-Fi signal, so that they can connect to other members' hotspots. Consumers who choose not to share their internet connection can buy Wi-Fi access passes or credit from Fon. Fon members whose hotspots are used to access Wi-Fi by a paying customer can receive part of the revenue.
Anagrams of FON
NOF, ofn, ONF.
Translations for FON
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to form threads from (wool, cotton etc) by drawing out and twisting
The old woman was spinning (wool) in the corner of the room.
- fiarPortuguese (BR)
- پيچ ساختنFarsi
- presti, sukati (vunu)Croatian
- (실을) 잣다Korean
- پيچ ساختنPersian
- a toarceRomanian
- прясть; сучить (нить)Russian
- ip eğirmek, bükmekTurkish
- 紡紗Chinese (Trad.)
- прясти, сукатиUkrainian
- اون یا سوت کاتناUrdu
- xe chỉ, xe tơVietnamese
- 纺纱Chinese (Simp.)
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