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Definition of Fyuel

Fyuel – What is it?

Fyuel is what the Human Body needs to consume in order to be healthy. The best definition of Fyuel is that which humans are designed to consume. In order to get a better understanding of what Fyuel really is, we offer you the following Fyuel definition.

What is Fyuel?

The best definition of Fyuel is that which humans are designed to consume. In order to get a better understanding of what Fyuel really is, we offer you the following definition for Fyuel.

The spelling of Fyuel follows the NuEnglish spelling rules.

FYUEL is also an acronym: “For Your Ultimate Earthly Life!”


FYUEL

Main Entry: fyu·el

Pronunciation: \ˈfyü(-ə)l\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English fewel, from Anglo-French fuail, feuaile, from Vulgar Latin *focalia, from Latin focus hearth

Date: Late 20th century – Coined by D. aLan Tait

1 a : a raw or uncooked food made of mature seed plants, seedlings, or fruit that contains a seed, excluding harvested plant embryos (seeds), eaten whole, cut, smashed, crushed, blended, or juiced by slow, low temperature, pressure <did you eat your noon fyuel?>

1 b : a seed plant origin food devoid of picotoxins, animal hormones, toxins or carcinogens <because fyuel has no picotoxins it is good for you>

1 c : a food for those following a Vegarian Lifestyle, the New Liphe (New Life) Health Program, a VeGenesis Lifestyle, or the RAW118 formula <a VeGenesist eats only RAW118 Fyuel>

2 : the acronym of “For Your Ultimate Earthly Life” <Fyuel is needed FYUEL>


There are two “long U” sounds in English, as in “fuel” and “sue”. To distinguish them, NuEnglish spelling of the English word “fuel” is “fyuel” (or “fyūl”). This is equivalent to adding the sound of the letter F before the English word “yule”.


Main Entry: fu·el

Pronunciation: \ˈfyü(-ə)l\

Function: noun

Usage: often attributive

Etymology: Middle English fewel, from Anglo-French fuail, feuaile, from Vulgar Latin *focalia, from Latin focus hearth

Date: 13th century

1 a : a material used to produce heat or power by burning
1 b : nutritive material
1 c : a material from which atomic energy can be liberated especially in a reactor
2 : a source of sustenance or incentive