by Robert Burns
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      Fa', fall.      Fa', lot, portion.      Fa', to get; suit; claim.      Faddom'd, fathomed.      Fae, foe.      Faem, foam.      Faiket, let off, excused.      Fain, fond, glad.      Fainness, fondness.      Fair fa', good befall! welcome.      Fairin., a present from a fair.      Fallow, fellow.      Fa'n, fallen.      Fand, found.      Far-aff, far-off.      Farls, oat-cakes.      Fash, annoyance.      Fash, to trouble; worry.      Fash'd, fash't, bothered; irked.      Fashious, troublesome.      Fasten-e'en, Fasten's Even (the evening before Lent).      Faught, a fight.      Fauld, the sheep-fold.      Fauld, folded.      Faulding, sheep-folding.      Faun, fallen.      Fause, false.      Fause-house, hole in a cornstack.      Faut, fault.      Fautor, transgressor.      Fawsont, seemly, well-doing; good-looking.      Feat, spruce.      Fecht, fight.      Feck, the bulk, the most part.      Feck, value, return.      Fecket, waistcoat; sleeve waistcoat (used by farm-servants as both        vest and jacket).      Feckless, weak, pithless, feeble.      Feckly, mostly.      Feg, a fig.      Fegs, faith!      Feide, feud.      Feint, v. fient.      Feirrie, lusty.      Fell, keen, cruel, dreadful, deadly; pungent.      Fell, the cuticle under the skin.      Felly, relentless.      Fen', a shift.      Fen', fend, to look after; to care for; keep off.      Fenceless, defenseless.      Ferlie, ferly, a wonder.      Ferlie, to marvel.      Fetches, catches, gurgles.      Fetch't, stopped suddenly.      Fey, fated to death.      Fidge, to fidget, to wriggle.      Fidgin-fain, tingling-wild.      Fiel, well.      Fient, fiend, a petty oath.      Fient a, not a, devil a.      Fient haet, nothing (fiend have it).      Fient haet o', not one of.      Fient-ma-care, the fiend may care (I don't!).      Fier, fiere, companion.      Fier, sound, active.      Fin', to find.      Fissle, tingle, fidget with delight.      Fit, foot.      Fittie-lan', the near horse of the hind-most pair in the plough.      Flae, a flea.      Flaffin, flapping.      Flainin, flannen, flannel.      Flang, flung.      Flee, to fly.      Fleech, wheedle.      Fleesh, fleece.      Fleg, scare, blow, jerk.      Fleth'rin, flattering.      Flewit, a sharp lash.      Fley, to scare.      Flichterin, fluttering.      Flinders, shreds, broken pieces.      Flinging, kicking out in dancing; capering.      Flingin-tree, a piece of timber hung by way of partition between two        horses      in a stable; a flail.      Fliskit, fretted, capered.      Flit, to shift.      Flittering, fluttering.      Flyte, scold.      Fock, focks, folk.      Fodgel, dumpy.      Foor, fared (i. e., went).      Foorsday, Thursday.      Forbears, forebears, forefathers.      Forby, forbye, besides.      Forfairn, worn out; forlorn.      Forfoughten, exhausted.      Forgather, to meet with.      Forgie, to forgive.      Forjesket, jaded.      Forrit, forward.      Fother, fodder.      Fou, fow, full (i. e., drunk).      Foughten, troubled.      Foumart, a polecat.      Foursome, a quartet.      Fouth, fulness, abundance.      Fow, v. fou.      Fow, a bushel.      Frae, from.      Freath, to froth,      Fremit, estranged, hostile.      Fu', full.      Fu'-han't, full-handed.      Fud, a short tail (of a rabbit or hare).      Fuff't, puffed.      Fur, furr, a furrow.      Fur-ahin, the hindmost plough-horse in the furrow.      Furder, success.      Furder, to succeed.      Furm, a wooden form.      Fusionless, pithless, sapless, tasteless,      Fyke, fret.      Fyke, to fuss; fidget.      Fyle, to defile, to foul.