Fellowship

Fellowship, a collegiate term for a status in many universities which entitles the holder (a Fellow) to a share in their revenues, and in some cases to certain privileges as regards apartments and meals in the college, as also to a certain share in the government; formerly Fellowships were usually life appointments, but are now generally for a prescribed number of years, or are held during a term of special research; the old restrictions of celibacy and religious conformity have been relaxed.

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

Fellows, Sir Charles * Felo-de-se
Federation, The Champs-de-Mars
Fehmgericht
Feith
Félicité, St.
Felix
Felix, Claudius
Felix Holt
Fell, John
Fellah
Fellows, Sir Charles
Fellowship
Felo-de-se
Felony
Felton, Cornelius Conway
Felton, John
Femmes Savantes
Fenella
Fénélon, François de Salignac de la Mothe
Fenians
Ferdinand the Catholic
Ferdinand I.

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