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fico

noun fi·co \ˈfē-(ˌ)kō\
plural ficoes

Definition of FICO

archaic
:  fig 2

Origin of FICO

obsolete fico, obscene gesture of contempt, modification of Italian fica fig, vulva, gesture of contempt, from Vulgar Latin *fica fig — more at fig
First Known Use: 1585

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bunkum Hear it
insincere or foolish talk
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