• Definition for "fil"
    • A Nordic milk item, comparable to yoghurt, but…
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fil definition

  • noun:
    • A Nordic milk item, comparable to yoghurt, but making use of different germs which give a new taste and texture.
    • An obsolete as a type of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A Nordic dairy item, much like yoghurt, but using various micro-organisms which give an alternate flavor and texture.
    • An obsolete form of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A Nordic dairy item, much like yoghurt, but using different germs which give another taste and surface.
    • An obsolete form of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A Nordic dairy product, just like yoghurt, but using different germs which give an alternative taste and surface.
    • An obsolete type of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A Nordic milk item, comparable to yoghurt, but using various micro-organisms which give a new style and surface.
    • A Nordic dairy item, comparable to yoghurt, but making use of different bacteria which give an unusual taste and surface.
    • A Nordic dairy product, similar to yoghurt, but making use of different bacteria which give a unique taste and surface.
    • A Nordic dairy product, like yoghurt, but using different micro-organisms which give a different taste and texture.
    • An obsolete kind of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • an outdated kind of filly.
    • An obsolete type of filly.
    • An obsolete type of filly.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
    • A simplified spelling of fill.
  • others:
    • imp. of autumn, v. i. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of fall.
    • imp. of autumn, v. we. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of autumn.
    • imp. of fall, v. i. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of fall.
    • imp. of autumn, v. we. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of autumn.
    • imp. of autumn, v. we. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of fall.
    • imp. of fall, v. we. Fell.
    • imp. of fall, v. we. Fell.
    • imp. of fall, v. we. Fell.
    • An obsolete preterit of fall.
    • An obsolete preterit of fall.
    • An obsolete preterit of autumn.
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