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See also Faro, farò, and Fårö

English

Wikipedia

Etymology

Presumably an alteration of pharaon, itself a transcription of French pharaon, perhaps as a name for the King of Hearts.

Pronunciation

  • (RP) IPA: /ˈfɛərəʊ/, SAMPA: /"fE@r@U/
    Rhymes: -ɑːrəʊ

Homophones

  • pharaoh

Noun

Singular
Faro

Plural
-

Faro (-)
  1. A banking game at cards, in which all the other players play against the dealer or banker, who draws from a dealing box.

References

  • Template:R:Websters

Anagrams

  • afor,
  • afro
  • fora
  • RAFO

Dutch

Noun

faro

  1. a type of beer

Esperanto

Etymology

fari +‎ -o

Noun

Faro (plural Faroj, accusative singular Faron, accusative plural Farojn)

  1. deed (an action or act)

Italian

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Etymology

From Latin pharus, itself from Ancient Greek Φάρος (pharos)

Noun

faro m. (plural fari)

  1. lighthouse
  2. headlight, headlamp

Anagrams

  • afor,
  • afro
  • fora

Old High German

Adjective

faro

  1. colored

Portuguese

Noun

faro

  1. sense of smell (of a dog)

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin pharus, from Ancient Greek φάρος (pharos).

Pronunciation

Noun

Faro m. (plural Faros)

Singular
Faro m.

Plural
Faros m.

  1. lighthouse
  2. headlight (of a vehicle)

Derived terms

  • faro antiniebla
  • farero

Related terms

  • farol

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