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FY

1.
fiscal year.

-fy

1.
a verbal suffix meaning “to make,” “cause to be,” “render” (simplify; beautify); “to become,” “be made” (liquefy). The suffix was introduced into English in loan words from Old French (deify), but is also used in the formation of new words, usually on a Latin root (reify).
Origin
< Old French -fierLatin -ficāre to do, make
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British Dictionary definitions for FY

-fy

suffix
1.
to make or become beautify, simplify, liquefy
Word Origin
from Old French -fier, from Latin -ficāre, verbal ending formed from -ficus-fic
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Frisian

FY

fiscal year
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