Figaro

Figaro, a name given by the French dramatist Beaumarchais to a cunning and intriguing barber who figures in his “Barbier de Seville” and his “Mariage de Figaro,” and who has since become the type of all such characters. The name has been adopted by various journals in England and in France.

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

Fifth-Monarchy Men * Figaro, Mariage de
Field, Cyrus West
Field, David Dudley
Field of the Cloth of Gold
Fielding, Copley
Fielding, Henry
Fieschi, Count
Fieschi, Joseph Marco
Fiesole
Fife
Fifth-Monarchy Men
Figaro
Figaro, Mariage de
Figuier, Louis
Fiji
Fildes, S. Luke
Filibuster
Filigree
Filioque Controversy
Fillan, St.
Fillmore
Finality John

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Figaro in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De
Mozart, John Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus