to be fast with, meaning to be rude, impertinent, to meddle with sombody's business, to be forward, etc.
eczema-like scratchy sores on the skin; also a verb meaning to cause oneself to be covered with fassy by scratching.
impertinent, rude, impudent
to favour, resemble, or look like; "fayva like" also means "it seems as if".
the infinitive "to" as in "Have fe go" "a fe" Have to, "fe dem" their
FEEL NO WAY
don't take offense, don't be sorry, don't worry
(from finicky) choosy, proud, stuck-up.
v. to feel physical distress, pain. From Twi fene-to vomit; Fante fena-to be troubled; Lumba feno-to faint
possessive. "fi me"-"mine", Can also mean "for" or "to", as in "I ha' fi", I have to. Yu num fi du dat = You are not to do that. Fe is Fi as in fi ar means hers fi im - his fi dem - theirs fi you - yours fi me - mine
impudent, rude, out of order, cheeky.
when used of fruits and vegetables, it means ready to pick, full grown, though not necessarily fully ripe. also means in good shape. ("You haffe fit!")