Faineants

Faineants (i.e. the Do-nothings), the name given to the kings of France of the Merovingian line from 670 to 752, from Thierry III. to Childéric III., who were subject to their ministers, the mayors of the palace, who discharged all their functions.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Faineant, Le Noir * Fair City
Facciolati, Jacopo
Facial Angle
Faërie Queene
Faed, John
Faed, Thomas
Faenza
Fagel, Gaspar
Fagot vote
Fahrenheit, Gabriel Daniel
Faineant, Le Noir
Faineants
Fair City
Fair Maid of Kent
Fair Maid of Norway
Fair Maid of Perth
Fair Rosamond
Fairbairn, Andrew M.
Fairbairn, Sir William
Fairfax, Edward
Fairfax, Thomas, Lord
Fairies