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f {letter} :: letter
F {letter} :: The sixth letter of the Dutch alphabet
façade {f} :: façade (of a building)
façade {f} :: façade (deceptive outward appearance)
façade {f} :: [metonymy] face
façadisme {n} :: the practice in urbanism to renovate a building (especially one enjoying conservation protection) thoroughly inside, but leave the façade unaltered, so the view is preserved even if the function changes
faal {c} :: failure, mistake, blunder
faal {interj} :: fail
faalangst {m} :: fear of failure, atychiphobia
faam {m} :: reputation, fame
faas {mf} [heraldiccharge] :: fess
fabel {f} {m} :: legend, fable
fabelachtig {adj} :: legendary, famous
fabelachtig {adj} :: fabulous, unbelievable
fabriceren {vt} :: to manufacture
fabriek {f} :: factory
fabrieken {vt} :: to forge (create a forgery)
fabrieken {vt} [child's play] :: to build, to make
fabrieksmatig {adj} :: mass-produced, industrial
fabrikant {m} :: manufacturer
Facebookvriend {m} :: Facebook friend
facetoog {n} :: compound eye (complex eye composed of multiple ommatidia common among arthropods)
faciliteit {f} :: facility, the physical means or contrivances to make something (especially a public service) possible; the required equipment, infrastructure, location etc
facteur {m} :: mailman
factie {f} [politics, especially Ancient Rome] :: faction, clique, a temporary opportunistic alliance between politicians who are otherwise unaligned
factie {f} [gaming] :: faction, a player (computer or human) with a distinct civilisation
factor {m} :: a factor, element
factor {m} [mathematics] :: factor
factorij {f} [history] :: factory, trading post abroad operated by a company
factotum {m} :: factotum (jack-of-all-trades)
factureren {vt} :: to invoice
factuur {f} :: invoice
faculteit {f} :: college (in the US sense: department of a university dedicated to a given subject), faculty
Faeröer {prop} {p} :: the Faroe Islands, a Danish Atlantic overseas territory comprising a group of North Sea islands, between Scotland, Iceland and Norway
Faeröers {adj} :: Faroese, from or pertaining to the Faroe Islands and/or Faroese people
Faeröers {adj} :: in or pertaining to the Faroese language
Faeröers {prop} {n} :: the Faroese language
fagocytose {f} :: phagocytosis
fagot {m} :: bassoon
fagottist {m} :: A bassoonist
fagottiste {m} :: A female bassoonist
failliet {adj} :: bankrupt
failliet {n} :: bankruptcy
faillissement {n} [legal] :: A bankruptcy
faillissement {n} [figuratively] :: The demise, the undoing of ..
fairway {m} [golf] :: fairway: the area between the tee and the green, where the grass is cut short
fakir {m} [Islam, Hinduism] :: fakir
fakkel {f} :: torch (stick with flame at one end)
falafel {m} :: falafel
falanx {f} {m} [historical] :: phalanx
falanx {f} {m} :: a toe bone or a finger bone; a phalanx
falen {vi} :: to fail
falen {vi} :: to default (a payment)
Falklandeilanden {prop} {p} :: Falkland Islands (overseas territory of the UK in the South Atlantic)
falset {m} [uncountable, music] :: falsetto register
falset {m} [uncountable, music] :: a tone in falsetto register
falset {m} [countable, music] :: someone who sings in falsetto
falsetstem {f} [uncountable, music] :: falsetto register
falsetstem {f} [countable] :: a voice in falsetto
falsificationisme {n} [epistemology] :: falsificationism
falsificeren {vt} :: to falsify (to prove to be false)
falsifieerbaar {adj} :: falsifiable
falsifieerbaarheid {f} :: falsifiability
falsifieerbaarheidscriterium {n} [epistemology] :: The criterion of falsifiability in falsificationism
falsifiëren {vt} :: to falsify (to prove to be false)
familie {f} :: family (close kin)
familie {f} :: relatives (extended kin)
familie {f} [taxonomy] :: family
familielid {n} :: relative, family member
familiemoord {m} :: familicide, murder of several family members often followed by suicide
familiemoord {m} :: murder of any family member(s)
familienaam {m} :: surname
familienaam {m} :: name of a taxonomic family
familie van het zevende knoopsgat {f} [idiom] :: A very distant relative
fan {m} :: fan (admirer)
fanaat {mf} :: a fanatic, a zealot
fanaticus {mf} :: a fanatic
fanatiek {adj} :: fanatic
fanellen {adj} :: alternative form of flanellen
fanfare {c} :: A brass band, with percussion
fanfare {c} :: A fanfare (flourish)
fantaseren {vi} :: to fantasize
fantasie {f} :: fantasy, imagination
fantast {mf} :: a fantasizer, dreamer
fantastisch {adj} :: fantastic
fantoom {n} :: phantom, apparition, ghost
fantoom {n} :: figment, mirage, product of fantasy
farad {m} :: farad
farao {m} :: pharaoh
farizeeër {m} :: Pharisee
farmaceutisch {adj} :: pharmaceutical
farmacologie {f} :: pharmacology
farmacologisch {adj} :: pharmacological, of or having to do with pharmacology
farmacoloog {m} :: pharmacologist
farmen {vt} [online gaming] :: to farm, to grind
faro {n} :: a type of beer
fascisme {n} :: Fascism, an extreme-right totalitarian political regime/ideology
fascist {m} :: fascist
fascisties {adj} [obsolete] :: nonstandard spelling of fascistisch
fascistisch {adj} :: fascist
fase {f} :: phase, stage
fase {f} [physics] :: phase (of a wave)
fasemodulatie {f} :: phase modulation
faseren {vt} :: to phase, to divide into several gradual steps
faseverschuivingsmodulatie {f} :: phase shift keying
fat {noun} :: dandy, a man obsessed with his looks
fataal {adj} :: fatal (causing death or destruction)
fatisch {adj} :: phatic
fatsoen {n} :: decency, propriety
fatsoenlijk {adj} :: decent
fatsoensrakker {m} [derogatory] :: moral crusader, moral guardian
fattoe {?} [slang] :: joke
fattoe {adj} [slang] :: funny
fattouch {noun} :: fattouch
fauteuil {m} :: armchair
fautsoen {n} :: falchion
favoriet {adj} :: favourite
favoriet {mf} :: favourite
fax {m} :: fax
faxen {vt} :: to fax (send a fax)
fazant {m} :: pheasant
febbekak {m} [Brabantian] :: protege, teacher's pet
februari {m} :: February
fecunderen {vt} :: to make fertile, to fecundate
fecunditeit {f} :: fecundity
fed {f} :: abbreviation of federatie
federaal {adj} :: federal
federaliseren {vt} :: to federalize/federalise
federalisering {f} :: federalization (US), federalisation (UK)
federalisme {n} :: federalism
federatie {f} :: federation (constitutional system in which national and subnational levels of government share sovereignty)
federatie {f} :: federation (state with governance of the above type)
federatie {f} :: federation (any other organisation with a structure similar to the above)
fee {f} :: fairy
feeëriek {adj} [chiefly Belgium] :: wonderful, charming, magical, fairy-talelike
feest {n} :: party
feest {n} :: feast
feest {n} :: celebration
feestbeest {n} :: party animal
feestbundel {m} :: festschrift
feestbundel {m} :: Also used for other anthologies, often in relation to celebration of some kind
feestdag {m} :: holiday
feest der herkenning {phrase} :: An experience that is enjoyable because it evokes a feeling of recognition, such as a faithful cinematic adaptation of a beloved novel. Literally, "feast of recognition"
feestdos {m} :: A party costume, frock for festive occasions
feestelijk {adj} :: festive
feestelijkheid {f} :: festivity
feesten {vi} :: to party, to celebrate
feestganger {m} :: partygoer
feestschrift {m} :: festschrift
feeststol {m} :: stollen sold and eaten around special occasions
Feest van de Arbeid {prop} {n} :: Labor Day (on the first of May). Literally, "Festival of Labor"
feilloos {adj} :: flawless, without errors
feit {n} :: fact
feite {noun} :: only used in in feite
feitelijk {adj} :: actual
feitelijk {adj} :: factual
feitelijk {adv} :: in fact, de facto
feitelijk {adv} :: actually
feitenkennis {f} :: An often trivial knowledge of facts
fel {adj} :: bright (e.g. sunlight)
fel {adj} :: fierce
fel {adv} :: fiercely
felicitatie {f} :: congratulation
feliciteren {vt} :: to congratulate
femelaar {m} [derogatory] :: hypocrite, sanctimonious person
femicide {f} :: femicide
feminicide {f} :: femicide
feminisme {n} :: feminism
feminist {m} :: feminist
feministe {f} :: female feminist
feministies {adj} [obsolete] :: nonstandard spelling of feministisch
feministisch {adj} :: feminist
Femke {prop} {f} :: given name
femtoampère {m} :: femto-ampere: 10-15 of an ampere
femtocandela {mf} :: femtocandela: 10-15 candela
femto-ohm {m} {n} :: femto-ohm: 10-15 of an ohms
femtoseconde {f} :: femtosecond: 10-15 seconds
femtosteradiaal {m} :: femtosteradian: 10-15 of a steradian
feng shui {n} :: feng shui
Feng Shui {n} :: alternative spelling of feng shui
Fenicië {prop} {n} :: Phoenicia
Feniciër {m} :: a Phoenician
Fenicisch {adj} :: Phoenician
Fenicisch {prop} {n} :: Phoenician (language)
feniks {m} :: phoenix
fennek {m} :: fennec (Vulpes zerda)
fenomeen {n} :: phenomenon (observable event)
fenomeen {n} :: phenomenon (unexplainable or questionable fact or situation)
fenomenologie {f} :: phenomenology, study from a subject's perspective
fenotype {n} :: phenotype
fenyl {n} [organic chemistry] :: phenyl
fermion {n} [physics] :: fermion
fermium {n} :: fermium
ferromagnetisch {adj} [physics] :: ferromagnetic
ferromagnetisme {n} [physics] :: ferromagnetism
Ferwerderadeel {prop} :: Ferwerderadeel (municipality)
festeren {v} :: obsolete form of fêteren
festival {n} :: festival
festivalisering {f} :: the tendency of culture to be (increasingly) expressed through festivals; the proliferation of festivals
festiviteit {f} :: festivity
festoen {n} :: festoon
feta {m} :: feta
fetakaas {m} :: feta cheese
fetisj {m} :: fetish, an object with supernatural powers, like a talisman or totem
fetisj {m} :: fetish, something subject to paraphilia
fetisjeur {m} :: sorcerer who uses fetishes, shaman
fetisjisme {n} :: fetishism, sexual paraphilia
fetisjisme {n} :: fetishism, worship of fetishes (magical objects)
fetisjistisch {adj} :: fetishistic
feut {m} :: freshman
fez {m} :: fez
fezelen {vi} :: to whisper
ff {abbr} :: ff.
ff {abbr} [colloquial] :: abbreviation of effen; briefly, just
föhn {m} :: hair dryer
föhn {m} :: foehn
fiche {n} [board games, card games] :: chip, token
fiche {n} [Belgium] :: form (blank template on paper)
fiche {n} [information science] :: card, like a punch card, microfiche or file card
fichebak {m} [chiefly Belgium] :: filing cabinet
fictie {f} :: fiction (genre of fictional stories)
fictie {f} :: figment, constructed falsehood
fictief {adj} :: fictional
ficus {m} :: any plant belonging to the genus Ficus
-fiel {suffix} :: -phile
fieltachtig {adj} [obsolete] :: villainous, scandalous, reprehensible
fier {adj} :: proud
fierljeppen {v} :: to perform fierljeppen
fierljeppen {n} :: fierljeppen
fiets {f} :: bicycle
fiets {f} [motorsports] :: motorbike
fietsbrug {f} {m} :: A bicycle bridge
fietsen {vi} :: to ride or cycle a bicycle, to bike
fietsenrek {n} :: A bicycle stand or bike rack
fietsenrek {n} [humorous] :: A (bad) set of teeth with one or more diastemas and/or missing teeth
fietsenstalling {f} :: A shed, rack or other area where bicycles can be parked
fietser {mf} :: cyclist, someone who uses a bicycle for ordinary errands
fietsinfrastructuur {f} :: cycling infrastructure
fietspad {n} :: cycle path
fietsriksja {m} :: bicycle rickshaw
fietsrotonde {f} :: A bicycle roundabout
fietsster {f} :: female cyclist
fietstaxi {m} :: velotaxi, pedicab
fietstocht {c} :: bike ride
figurant {m} [theatre, movies] :: extra
figurant {m} [figurative] :: irrelevant person, bit player
figuratief {adj} [arts] :: figurative
figureren {vt} [obsolete] :: to form, to shape
figureren {vr} [obsolete, with a reflexive pronoun] :: to assume form, to appear (in a certain way)
figureren {vrt} [obsolete, with a reflexive pronoun and a separate object] :: to imagine, to form a mental representation
figureren {vi} [obsolete, theatre, literal] :: to play a role
figureren {vi} [movies, theatre] :: to be an extra, to play the role of an extra
figureren {vi} [figurative] :: to play a role, to figure
figuur {n} {m} :: figure
figuurlijk {adj} :: figurative
figuurlijk {adv} :: figuratively
Fiji {prop} {n} :: Fiji
fijn {adj} :: nice, pleasant
fijn {adj} :: fine, thin
fijn {adj} :: delicate, meticulous
fijnbos {n} :: fynbos
fijne feestdagen {phrase} :: Happy Holidays
fijngevoelig {adj} :: tactful
fijnstemmer {m} [music, lutherie] :: fine tuner (e.g. on a violin)
fijnstof {n} :: particulate matter
fijnzinnig {adj} :: subtle, intellectually profound
fik {prop} :: dog's name
fik {m} :: fire
fikken {vi} [colloquial] :: to burn
Fikkie {prop} :: clichéd name for a dog, Rover
fiks {adj} :: strong
fiksen {vt} :: to fix, to arrange, to get done
fiksen {vi} :: to inject drugs
filantroop {m} :: philanthropist
filatelie {f} :: philately
filatelist {m} :: philatelist
filatelistisch {adj} :: philatelic
file {f} :: traffic jam
file {f} :: queue
file {m} [computing] :: an aggregation of data on a storage device, identified by a name; a file
filet {m} {n} :: filet (of meat)
filiaal {n} :: branch, as a location of an organization with several locations
Filipijnen {prop} {p} :: Philippines (Republic of Philippines)
Filipijns {adj} :: Filipino, Philippine
Filistijn {m} [history] :: A Philistine, member of a Biblical non-Semitic people which subdued the Jews in Philistia (hence the name of present Palestine)
Filistijn {m} [figuratively] :: A philistine, barbarian, heathen
film {m} :: film, movie
filmfestival {n} :: film festival
filmisch {adj} :: Of or related to film, video or cinema; cinematic
filmmaakster {m} :: female filmmaker
filmmaker {m} :: filmmaker
filmploeg {mf} :: film crew
filmproducent {m} :: film producer
filmproducente {f} :: female film producer
filmregisseur {m} :: film director
filmregisseuse {f} :: female film director
filmvertoning {f} :: film screening (showing or presentation of a movie)
filmzaal {f} :: cinema, movie theater
filmzaal {f} :: viewing room of a cinema
filo- {prefix} :: philo-
filologe {f} :: female philologist
filoloog {m} :: philologist
Filomena {prop} {f} :: given name
filosofe {f} :: (female) philosopher
filosofie {f} :: philosophy
filosofisch {adj} :: philosophical
filosoof {m} :: philosopher
filou {m} [Belgium] :: scoundrel, cheat
filter {m} {n} :: filter
Fin {m} :: Finn (inhabitant of Finland)
finaal {adj} :: final
finaal {adv} :: totally, completely
finale {f} :: a final, e.g. the end-round in a competition
finalis {f} [music] :: keynote
finalist {m} :: finalist
financieel {adj} :: financial
financier {m} [finance] :: financier, sponsor
financierder {mf} :: (financial) sponsor
financieren {vt} :: to finance
financiën {p} :: finances
finish {f} :: finish; end
finishen {vi} [racing] :: to finish
Finland {prop} {n} :: Finland
Finoegrisch {adj} :: alternative form of Fins-Oegrisch
Fins {adj} :: Finnish
Fins {prop} {n} :: Finnish (language)
Finse Golf {prop} {f} :: Gulf of Finland
Fins-Oegrisch {adj} :: Finno-Ugric
fint {f} :: a wile
fiool {mf} :: vial
firma {f} :: a large-scale company, a firm
fiscaal {adj} :: fiscal
fiscaal {m} :: fiscal
fiscalist {m} :: A tax advisor
fiscaliteit {f} :: The fiscality, all matters concerning taxation
fiscaliteit {f} :: The whole of taxes raised from a population
fiscaliteit {f} [uncommon] :: The burden of being taxable, taxability
fiskaal {adj} :: superseded spelling of fiscaal
fiskaal {m} :: superseded spelling of fiscaal (The fiskaal was an officer of the Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC or Dutch East India Company) at the Cape of Good Hope in the 18th Century. The modern equivalent is a police officer.)
fissa {n} [slang] :: party
fit {adj} :: fit (in good shape)
fitheid {f} :: The state, quality, or condition of being fit or healthy; fitness
fixen {v} :: alternative spelling of fiksen
fixeren {vt} :: to fix, affix
fjord {f} :: fjord
fjord {f} :: en
fladderaar {m} :: someone or something that flutters
fladderaar {m} [poetic] :: butterfly
fladderen {vi} :: to flutter
flag {m} [computing] :: flag
flagel {m} :: flagellum
flagellum {m} :: flagellum
flagrant {adj} :: flagrant
flamingo {m} :: flamingo
flanel {n} :: flannel (cloth material)
flanellen {adj} :: (made of) flannel
flaneren {vi} :: to loiter, to saunter around aimlessly
flaneur {m} :: A person who walks the city in order to experience it
flaneur {m} [Belgium] :: A saunterer; a lounger
flansen {vt} :: to put together or to fix in an inferior or haphazard fashion
flap {m} :: flap (something flexible that is loose)
flap {m} [colloquial] :: banknote
flapdrol {m} [colloquial, mildly, pejorative] :: fool, nincompoop
flappentap {m} [colloquial] :: automated teller machine
flappen tappen {vi} [colloquial] :: to withdraw cash
flapuit {m} :: a loquacious person, one who talks without thinking it through first
flard {f} {m} :: bit, piece
flard {f} {m} :: shred, tatter
flashback {m} :: flashback
flashgeheugen {n} [computer hardware] :: flash memory
flask {f} :: flask
flat {m} :: flat, apartment
flat {m} :: tower block
flater {m} :: blooper, stupid mistake
flatgebouw {n} :: apartment building
flauw {adj} :: boring, tasteless
flauw {adj} :: languid, weak
flauw {adj} :: (concept) vague, hazy
flauw {adj} :: (flavour) tasteless, bland
flauwekul {m} :: nonsense (meaningless words)
flauwte {f} :: a sudden loss of consciousness; syncope
flauwte {f} [economics] :: low demand in markets
flauwvallen {vi} :: to faint
flegmone {f} {m} [pathology] :: phlegmon
flens {m} :: A smack, blow, especially on the ear
flens {m} [usually in the diminutive: flensje] :: A small, flat pancake
flens {m} [rare] :: A small (loin)cloth
flens {m} [slang] :: (etymology uncertain) milk
flens {interj} :: An exclamation to express hitting or throwing
flens {m} :: A flange, rim or collar on a metal object
flens {m} :: The flattened end of a metal bar, to be fixed on a surface
flerovium {n} :: flerovium
fles {f} :: bottle
flessen {vt} :: to scam, to con
flessenlikker {m} :: bottle scraper
flessentrekker {m} :: swindler, fraudster
flets {adj} :: pale, lurid, wan
fleurig {adj} :: cheerful
Flevoland {prop} {n} :: Flevoland, a province of the Netherlands
flexibel {adj} [literally] :: flexible, pliable
flexibel {adj} [figuratively] :: adaptable, flexible
flexibel {adj} [figuratively] :: easygoing, approachable
flexibiliteit {f} :: flexibility
flierefluiter {m} :: someone with a happy-go-lucky mentality, a frivolous person
flik {m} [slang] :: police officer
flik {m} [slang, dated] :: homosexual
flikflooien {vt} :: to butter up, flatter hoping for profit in return
flikflooien {vi} :: to practice flattery, sycophancy
flikflooien {vi} :: to resort to dubious methods or ploys
flikken {vt} [colloquial] :: to do, to pull off
flikker {m} :: A mender, fixer, someone who mends or fixes
flikker {m} :: A jump while clicking the heels
flikker {m} :: A human body, especially when in the nude
flikker {m} [Netherlands] :: A bit
flikker {m} [slang, contemptuous, pejorative] :: A homosexual male; a queer
flikkerbeweging {f} :: queer movement (movement for homosexual emancipation)
flikkeren {vi} :: to flicker, to waver unsteadily
flikkeren {vi} [colloquial] :: to fall
flikker op {interj} [vulgar, slang] :: bugger off
flink {adj} :: large, sturdy
flink {adj} :: brave, showing no pain or fear
flink {adj} :: considerable
flink {adv} :: considerably, very
flinks {adj} [neologism] :: Having a left-wing policy with characteristics usually associated with right-wing policies
flippen {vi} :: to go berserk, to flip
flippen {vi} :: to act out of the ordinary, for example having an epileptic attack
flirten {vi} :: to flirt
flits {m} [figuratively] :: A flash; an instant
flits {m} :: lightning bolt
flits {m} :: brief but intense radiation from a flashtube
flits {m} :: short television or radio reportage
flitsen {vi} :: to flash, to suddenly brightly illuminate
flitsen {vt} :: to photograph with a speed camera
flitsend {v} :: fast
flitspaal {m} :: speed camera (camera to detect speeding vehicles)
flitspuit {f} :: atomiser / atomizer
floëem {n} :: phloem
floers {n} :: veil (something mourners wear to funerals)
floers {n} [figuratively] :: darkness, obscurity
flonkeren {v} [a star] :: to wink, to twinkle
flop {m} :: A failure, something that went wrong
flop {m} :: short for floppydisk
floppen {vi} :: to flop, to fail
floppydisk {m} :: floppy disk
floret {f} [fencing] :: foil
florist {m} [historical] :: speculator in tulips around the time of the tulip mania
flottielje {f} :: flottilla
flottille {f} :: alternative form of flottielje
fluisteren {vti} :: to whisper
fluistertolken {n} :: chuchotage
fluit {mf} [musical instruments] :: flute or the sound it creates
fluit {mf} :: a whistle
fluit {mf} :: organ pipe
fluit {mf} :: [colloquial] penis
fluit {mf} :: fluyt, flute (type of cargo ship)
fluit {mf} :: shortened form of certain compounds, notably fluitglas
fluiten {vit} :: to whistle
fluiten {vi} :: To make any similar sound, as a passing bullet
fluiter {m} :: A fluter, flute player, flutist
fluiter {m} :: A whistler; whistleblower
fluiter {m} :: The songbird species Phylloscopus sibilator
fluithaas {m} :: pika, lagomorph of the family Ochotonidae
fluitje {noun} :: a kind of beer glass
fluitketel {m} :: A whistling-kettle, which makes a sharp sound when the boiled water releases steam trough a hole on top
fluitschip {n} :: fluyt, flute (Dutch type of cargo ship)
fluor- {prefix} [functional group prefix] :: fluoro-
fluor {n} :: the chemical element fluorine (symbol: F)
fluteglas {n} [Belgium] :: champagne flute
fluvioglaciaal {adj} :: fluvioglacial, having to do with meltwater
fluweel {n} :: velvet (closely woven fabric with pile on one side)
fluweelhoen {n} [chiefly diminutive, rare] :: synonym of waterral
fluweelzacht {adj} :: velvety, as soft as velvet
fluwelen {adj} [literally] :: velveteen, made of velvet
fluwelen {adj} [figuratively] :: velvety, soft and pleasant like velvet
fluwijn {n} :: beech marten, Martes foina
fniezen {v} :: alternative form of niezen
fobie {f} [pathology] :: A phobia, irrational or obsessive fear or anxiety
foei {interj} :: bah!, fie!
foeilelijk {adj} :: shamefully ugly, extremely ugly
foelie {c} :: mace (Myristica fragrans), a spice obtained from the nutmeg
foerageren {vi} :: to forage
foert {interj} [exclamation, Belgium] :: get all lost/fucked; I've had it
foertstem {f} [chiefly Belgium] :: protest vote
foeteren {vi} :: to grumble, complain
foetsie {adj} :: gone, vanished
foetus {n} {m} :: fetus
fok {m} :: A foresail
fok {m} :: By comparison, of shape:
fok {m} :: a nose
fok {m} :: the head of a cogwheel
fok {m} [uncountable] :: The activity or business of breeding (notably of domesticated animals)
fokkemast {m} :: alternative form of fokkenmast
fokken {vt} :: to breed
fokken {vt} [rare] :: to strike
fokken {vt} [rare] :: to beget
fokkenmast {m} :: the foremast, foremost mast, originally on a three-mast sailing ship, carrying the foresail
folder {m} :: (folded) leaflet with information of advertising
folie {f} {n} :: foil (sheet of material)
Folkert {prop} {m} :: given name
follikel {m} :: follicle
folterbank {c} :: rack (torturing device)
folteren {vt} :: to torture, to torment, to agonize
fondant {m} {n} :: fondant (sugary substance)
fonds {n} :: fund (amount of money, usually on an account, destined for some purpose)
fonds {n} [finance] :: stock (e.g. in an exchange)
foneem {n} [phonology] :: A phoneme
fonetiek {f} [linguistics] :: The linguistic discipline phonetics, study of speech, sounds and their representation by written symbols
fonetiek {f} [music] :: The correct use of speech and voice
fonkelen {vi} :: to twinkle, to sparkle
fono- {prefix} :: phono-
fonologie {f} [linguistics] :: phonology
fonoloog {m} :: phonologist
fontein {f} [obsolete] :: A well, spring
fontein {f} :: A fountain, monumental or small artificial water feature
fontein {f} [obsolete] :: The water which springs from one of the above; any water
fontein {f} :: A drink - and/or or wash basin with a tab
-foob {suffix} :: -phobe
fooi {f} :: a gift using money (often for people (artists, beggars, ...) on places like city centers)
fooi {f} :: a tip (a small amount of money left for a bartender or servant as a token of appreciation)
-foon {suffix} :: -phone
foor {f} [Belgian] :: fair, convention
foor {f} [Belgian] :: funfair, carnival
fopletter {f} :: a letter that shifts the preceding vowel sound so that it deviates from its spelling
foppen {vt} :: to fool, to trick, to deceive
fopspeen {f} :: pacifier
forceren {v} :: to force
forceren {v} :: to coerce, to induce, to persuade
forceren {v} :: to strain
forel {m} :: trout (fish species)
forens {m} :: commuter
forensentrein {m} :: commuter train
forensisch {adj} :: legal, court -, trial -
forensisch {adj} :: especially, forensic, relating to the use of science and technology in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law
forensisme {n} :: commuting
fork {f} [computer science] :: A fork, splitting-up of an existing process into itself and a child process executing parts of the same program
form. {adj} :: abbreviation of formeel
formaat {n} :: size
formaat {n} :: stature, importance
formaat {n} :: (file) format
formaliseren {vt} :: to formalize, make official
formaliseren {vt} :: to give shape or form to
formalisme {n} :: formalism
formalist {m} :: formalist
formaliteit {f} :: formality
formateur {m} :: trainer
formateur {m} [politics] :: chief political negotiator for formal talks that are intended to lead to the formation of a cabinet
formatteren {vt} [computing] :: to format
formeel {adj} :: formal
formeel {adv} :: formally
formeren {vt} :: to form
formicarium {n} :: formicarium
formule {f} {m} :: formula
formuleren {vt} :: to formulate
formulering {f} :: the choice of words; wording
formulering {f} :: to articulate something with words; articulation
formulering {f} :: to make a formula
formulier {n} :: A form, a formally standardized (often printed) document to fill out in order to file a specific request, declaration etc
fornuis {n} :: cooker, stove
fors {adj} :: sturdy, strong
fors {adj} :: substantial, considerable
fors {adv} :: strongly
forsgebouwd {adj} :: burly
fort {n} :: castle
fort {n} :: fort
fortuin {n} [uncountable] :: luck
fortuin {n} :: fortune (riches)
fortuin {c} :: fortune (destiny)
fortuinlijk {adj} :: fortunate
forwarden {vt} [colloquial] :: to forward (an e-mail)
fosfor {n} :: phosphorus
fosforescentie {f} :: phosphorescence
fosforesceren {vi} :: to phosphoresce
fossiel {n} :: fossil
fossiel {n} [figuratively, derogatory] :: someone with very old fashioned ideas, a dinosaur
fossiel {adj} :: fossil
fossielenbestand {n} :: fossil record
foto {f} :: photo, photograph
foto- {prefix} :: photo-
fotocamera {f} :: (still) photography camera
fotocopie {f} :: superseded spelling of fotokopie
fotograaf {m} :: photographer
fotografe {f} :: female photographer
fotograferen {vt} :: to photograph, to shoot (to take a photograph)
fotografie {f} :: photography
fotografie {f} :: photograph
fotografisch {adj} :: photographic
fotografisch geheugen {n} :: photographic memory
fotokopie {f} :: photocopy
fotolamp {f} :: photographer's lamp
fotomodel {n} :: photographic model
foton {n} :: A photon, quantum of light
foton {n} :: The unit of electromagnetic radiation
fotorespiratie {f} :: photorespiration
fotosoepen {vt} [humorous] :: to photoshop
fotosynthese {f} [biology] :: photosynthesis
fototoestel {n} :: camera to shoot still pictures
fouilleren {vt} :: to search, to frisk
Fourier-cosinusreeks {f} {m} :: Fourier cosine series
Fourierreeks {f} {m} :: Fourier series
Fourier-reeks {f} {m} :: Fourier series
Fourier-sinusreeks {f} {m} :: Fourier sine series
Fouriertransformatie {f} :: Fourier transform
Fourier-transformatie {f} :: alternative spelling of Fouriertransformatie
fout {f} :: error
fout {f} :: mistake
fout {adj} :: wrong
fout {adj} [colloquial] :: unfashionable, cheesy, inappropriate
fout {adj} :: active in or collaborating with far-right movements, especially Nazism
foutenmarge {f} {m} :: Erroneus alternative form of foutmarge, margin of error
foutenrapportage {f} :: error report
foutief {adj} [formal] :: wrong, erroneous, incorrect
foutmarge {f} {m} :: A margin of error
f-pion {m} [chess] :: f-pawn: pawn placed on the f-file at the beginning of the game
Fr. {abbr} :: abbreviation of Frans
fra. {abbr} :: FransFrench (language)
fraai {adj} :: beautiful, pretty, handsome
fraai {adj} :: nice, fancy
fractie {f} :: fraction
fractie {f} :: parliamentary party (i.e. all the members in parliament who belong to a given political party)
fractievoorzitter {m} :: (male) parliamentary group leader
Fraenkel {prop} :: a Dutch surname
fragiel {adj} :: fragile
fragiliteit {f} :: fragility
fragment {n} :: a fragment
fragmentatie {f} :: fragmentation
fragmentenhypothese {f} :: fragmentary hypothesis [regarding the Pentateuch/Torah]
fragmenteren {v} [ergative] :: to fragment
frak {m} [Brabantian] :: coat (item of apparel)
framboos {m} [botany] :: raspberry, plant of the species Rubus idaeus
framboos {m} :: raspberry, a fruit of this plant
framboos {m} [uncountable] :: raspberry, the reddish color of raspberries
frame {n} [snooker] :: frame
frame {n} [construction] :: frame
Française {f} :: A Frenchwoman
franchise {f} :: franchise
Francis {prop} {m} :: given name
francium {n} :: francium
franco {adj} :: with freightages paid by the sender
Franco {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to Frank or Francis(cus)
Franco {prop} {m} :: surname of Spanish origin
Franco {prop} {m} :: notably refers to the long-ruling right)wing 20th century Spanish caudillo since the Spanish Civil War
Franeker {prop} {n} :: Franeker (city)
Franekeradeel {prop} :: Franekeradeel (municipality)
franje {f} {m} :: fringe
Frankisch {adj} :: Frankish, Franconian (related to the Franks or the areas they inhabited)
Frankisch {prop} {n} :: The Franconian languages
Frankisch {prop} {n} :: The Old Frankish language
Frankrijk {prop} {n} :: France
Frans {adj} :: French
Frans {prop} {n} :: French (language)
Frans {prop} {m} :: given name
Franse {f} :: Frenchwoman
Frans-Guyana {prop} {n} :: French Guiana
Fransman {m} :: A Frenchman, French male
Frans-Polynesië {prop} :: French Polynesia
frase {f} :: phrase
fraude {f} :: fraud
frauderen {vi} :: to commit fraud
fraudeur {m} :: A fraudster
frauduleus {adj} :: fraudulent, constituting fraud
Frederik {prop} :: given name, cognate to English Frederick
fregat {n} :: A frigate, type of (once sailing, small but fast three-mast) warship, applied to progressively larger types in time, since 1943 mainly escort ships
fregatvogel {m} [zoology] :: A frigate bird, the species Fregata aquila or another rapacious seabird of the Fregatidae family
freineren {vi} [dialect] :: to brake
freon {m} :: Freon
frequentie {f} :: frequency (rate of occurrence of anything)
frequentie {f} :: frequency, measure of pulsation as in (radio) waves
frequentiemodulatie {f} :: frequency modulation
frequentieverschuivingsmodulatie {f} :: frequency shift keying
fresco {n} :: fresco
fret {m} :: ferret, Mustela putorius furo
fret {m} [music] :: fret, on the neck on for example a guitar
fretten {noun} [transitive, colloquial] :: to eat
freubelen {v} :: to tinker
freule {f} :: an unmarried noblewoman
fricatief {adj} :: fricative
fricatief {m} [linguistics] :: A fricative consonant
frictie {f} :: friction
frictie {f} :: social friction, conflict
friemelen {vi} :: to fidget, to fiddle
Fries {m} :: a Frisian, member of a Germanic people; speaker of their language
Fries {m} :: a West Frisian specifically
Fries {m} :: Short form for various names relating to Friesland or Frisians, such as the bovine race
Fries {adj} :: Frisian (any member of the Frisian people)
Fries {adj} :: West Frisian specifically (of the Frisian part of the Netherlands)
Fries {prop} {n} :: Frisian (any of the Frisian languages)
Fries {prop} {n} :: specifically, West Frisian
Friese doorloper {m} :: A wooden skate with an iron blade that is bound to a shoe and spans the entire length of the shoe
Friesland {prop} {n} :: Friesland, a province of the Netherlands
friet {c} [uncountable] :: chips, french fries
friet {c} [countable] :: a single chip/french fry, or a portion thereof
friettent {f} :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frigo {m} [Belgium] :: fridge, refrigerator
frik {mf} [pejorative] :: a narrow-minded and prejudiced schoolteacher
fris {adj} :: fresh, refreshing
fris {adj} :: chilly
fris {n} :: soft drink
frisdrank {m} :: a soda, soft drink
frisheid {f} :: freshness
frisist {m} :: A scholar of Frisian
frites {?} :: alternative spelling of friet
friteuse {f} :: deep fryer
friture {f} [Belgium] :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frituren {vt} :: to deep-fry
frituur {f} [Belgium] :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frituurpan {f} :: deep fryer, chip pan
frituurvet {n} :: deep-frying oil
Friulaans {prop} {n} :: Friulian (language spoken in Friuli)
Friulisch {prop} {n} :: Friulian (language spoken in Friuli)
frivool {adj} :: frivolous
frivool {adv} :: frivolously
front {n} :: front
frontmentaliteit {f} :: siege mentality, trench mentality (fearful, oppositional collective attitude caused by victimisation or minority status)
fronton {n} [architecture] :: pediment
fructose {f} {m} :: fructose
fruit {n} :: fruit [produced by trees or bushes, or any sweet vegetable]
fruitachtig {adj} :: fruitlike
fruitmand {f} :: fruit basket
fruitvlieg {f} :: fruitfly
frunniken {vi} :: to fidget, fiddle
frustratie {f} :: frustration
frustreren {vt} :: to frustrate
Frygisch {prop} {n} :: Phrygian (language)
f-sleutel {m} [music] :: F-clef
ft. {abbr} :: fort, vesting
fte {n} :: full-time equivalent
fêteren {vt} :: to have festivities in honour of, to celebrate (a person)
fuckbuddy {f} {m} [slang] :: fuck buddy
fuckhoofd {n} [vulgar] :: fuckhead
fucking {adj} [slang, vulgar] :: fucking, intensifier, especially to indicate annoyance
fucking {adv} [slang, vulgar] :: fucking, intensifier
fuif {f} :: party, festive gathering as celebration (often named in compounds, e.g. kerstfuif for Christmas) or just for fun
fuifnummer {n} :: party animal
fuik {f} :: fyke
fulleriet {n} [mineral] :: fullerite
functie {f} :: job, position
functie {f} :: function, purpose
functie {f} [mathematics] :: function
functie {f} [computing] :: function
functie {f} [biology] :: function
functie {f} :: use, purpose (of a machine or tool)
functionaal {f} [mathematics] :: functional
functionaris {mf} :: a functionary, an official
functionele reserve {noun} [medicine] :: functional reserve
functioneren {vi} :: to function, to work
fundament {n} :: basis
fundament {n} :: foundation
fundamentalisme {n} :: fundamentalism (extremist view in religion)
fundamentalistenpaar {n} :: Christian-fundamentalist married couple
fundamenteel {adj} :: fundamental
funderen {vt} :: to found, to place a foundation under
funderen {vt} :: to found, to establish
fungeren {vi} :: to function
furtief {adj} :: furtive
fuselier {m} :: fusilier
fuselier {m} [by extension] :: infantry soldier armed with a later type of rifle
fuseren {vi} :: to fuse, to merge
fusie {f} :: fusion, mixture, combination
fusie {f} :: merger
fusiegemeente {f} :: a municipality arisen by fusion of municipalities (mainly in Belgium; a former municipality is called a deelgemeente)
fusilleren {vt} :: to execute by firing squad
fusioneren {v} [Belgium, of organisations] :: to merge
fust {n} :: cask (e.g. containing beer)
futiliteit {f} :: triviality, unimportance, futility
futloos {adj} :: dull, spiritless
futuristisch {adj} :: futuristic
fuut {m} :: grebe
fysica {f} :: physics (branch of science)
fysicus {m} :: physicist, scientist or amateur student of physics
fysiek {adj} :: physical (in the sense of Physical Education)
fysio- {prefix} :: physio-; pertaining to nature, medicine and the human body
fysiognomie {f} :: physiognomy (pseudoscience)
fysiologie {f} :: physiology
fysioloog {mf} :: physiologist
fysiotherapeut {m} :: physiotherapist (usual term in the Netherlands)
fysiotherapeute {m} :: female physiotherapist
fysiotherapie {f} :: physiotherapy (usual term in the Netherlands)
fysisch {adj} :: physical, having to do with matter, nature, the material world
fysisch {adj} :: having to do with physics, the natural science