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Definition of the noun FUGA

What does FUGA mean as a name of something?

Fuga is a genus of Liturgusidae, described by Svenson in 2014.

Fuga is a genus.


  1. "Fuga" is a 2006 drama film written by Hernán Rodríguez Matte, Mateo Iribarren and Pablo Larraín, and directed by Pablo Larraín.
  2. "Fuga" is a 2012 animated, short drama, fantasy, mystery film written and directed by Juan Antonio Espigares Enríquez.


  1. "Fuga" is a musical album of Peligrosos Gorriones.
    • released in (20 years ago)
  2. "Fuga" is a musical album of Lissette.
    • released in (29 years ago)
  3. "Fuga" is a musical album of Luis Eduardo Aute.
    • released in (34 years ago)


Fuga is a musical group.

  • album: "Relatos Rebeldes"


Fuga is a record label.

Phrases with Fuga

  1. Fuga Annulipes
  2. Genus Fuga
  3. Coenonycha Fuga
  4. Thienemanniella Fuga
  5. Species Coenonycha Fuga
  6. Sphaerodactylus Fantasticus Fuga

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Fuga

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Google previewIl Segreto (2011)

The Secret by Jeremy Gent

La Fuga La Fuga is the third story ...

Google previewCanons and Canonic Techniques, 14th-16th Centuries (2007)

Theory, Practice, and Reception History ; Proceedings of the International Conference, Leuven, 4-6 October 2005 by Katelijne Schiltz, Bonnie J. Blackburn

Tinctoris's definition clearly points towards exact canon through its invocation of same solmization: Fuga est idemtitas partium cantus quo ad Fuga is the identity ...

Google previewChamber Music (2015)

An Extensive Guide for Listeners by Lucy Miller Murray

The second movement Fuga is the huge centerpiece of the work. Consider this: with one stringed instrument and one player, Bach is able to incorporate all the elements of the fugue: the subject, the answer, the countersubject, the stretto in ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

FUGA'LIA, in Roman antiquity, a feast supposed to be the same with the refugium , held on the 24th of Fe bruary, in memory of the expulsion of the kings and the abolishing of monarchical government. Others distinguish the fugalia 'rom the ...

Google previewPronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music (1896)

by William Smythe Babcock Mathews, Emil Liebling

Fuga (fuo'ga) ...

Google previewStainer and Barrett's Dictionary of Musical Terms (1898)

by John Stainer, William Alexander Barrett

Fuga (Lat.) A fugue, cequalis motus, a real fugue; authentica, a fugue with a subject in the authentic part of the scale ; canonica, a fugue in canon ; contraria, a fugue by inversion ; impropria, or irregularis, a free or irregular fugue ; in contrario ...

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Scrabble value of F4U1G2A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of FUGA

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  • GUFA

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