The "and following" sense is short for "folios following" (though if read aloud, it should be read as "and following"). The "folios" that follow can be pages, paragraphs, Bible verses, or other sections of written material.
- Often written in old manuscripts or transcriptions of them, denoting a capital F.
When pronounced as the plural of 'f', it sounds like the Dutch word effen.
This abbreviation is primarily used in informal communication, such as text messaging and web messaging.
ff (lower case, upper case Ff)
- The ninth letter of the Welsh alphabet, called èff and written in the Latin script. It is preceded by f and followed by g.
- ff cannot be mutated in Welsh.
- (Latin-script letters) llythyren; A a (Á á, À à, Â â, Ä ä), B b, C c, Ch ch, D d, Dd dd, E e (É é, È è, Ê ê, Ë ë), F f, Ff ff, G g, Ng ng, H h, I i (Í í, Ì ì, Î î, Ï ï), J j, L l, Ll ll, M m, N n, O o (Ó ó, Ò ò, Ô ô, Ö ö), P p, Ph ph, R r, Rh rh, S s, T t, Th th, U u (Ú ú, Ù ù, Û û, Ü ü), W w (Ẃ ẃ, Ẁ ẁ, Ŵ ŵ, Ẅ ẅ), Y y (Ý ý, Ỳ ỳ, Ŷ ŷ, Ÿ ÿ)
- R. J. Thomas, G. A. Bevan, P. J. Donovan, A. Hawke et al., editors (1950–present), “ff”, in Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru Online (in Welsh), University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies