Scotland is where William and Kate's met at the University of St Andrews in fife.
“It would be a swell joke on tout-le-monde if you & fife & I spent the summer at Juan-les-Pins,” she wrote.
This includes Pahlmeyer, fife, Bryant Family, Au Bon Climat, Qupe, Colgin, Charles Creek, Nickel & Nickel, and Staglin.
fife, the dominant one, is so ashamed that he insults Bead whenever he gets the chance.
When Bead takes a bullet to the head and lies dying, he asks fife to hold his hand.
A great many witnesses were examined, which proved the character of fife beyond a doubt.
We have a great many flutes and flageolets, but not often the sound of any fife.
The wind was light, and the sailors amused themselves with music—one of them playing on a fife.
They might have been read to an accompaniment of fife and drums.
Companies and regiments of magnificently equipped soldiers were marching to the throb of drum and the scream of fife.
1550s, from German Pfeife "fife, pipe," from Old High German pfifa, or via Middle French fifre (15c.) from the same Old High German word; ultimately imitative. German musicians provided music for most European courts in those days. As a verb from 1590s. Agent noun fifer is recorded earlier (1530s). Fife and drum is from 1670s.
A small flute with a high, piercing tone, used mainly in military bands.