FI, Fi or fi may refer to:

  • Falkland Islands, a British Overseas Territory
  • Financial Institution
  • Finansinspektionen, the Financial Supervisory Authority in Sweden
  • Finland (ISO country code, FI)
  • Finnish language (ISO 639 alpha-2, fi)
  • .fi (top-level domain of Finland)
  • The abbreviation for Firenze, the Italian province of Florence
  • The IATA code for Icelandair (from the old name of the company: Flugfélag Íslands)
  • Forza Italia, an Italian political party
  • Franciscans International, an NGO at the United Nations
  • Functional Integration, an individual lesson in the Feldenkrais method
  • The Fourth International
  • The Feminist Initiative (Sweden)
  • The album fi (album) by Bibio
  • A scripting command in the Bourne shell and its derivatives (bash)
  • (fi) a common typographical ligature
  • Forced induction
  • Fuel injection
  • Fast Infoset, a standard for binary XML Infoset encoding.
  • Fi (Star Wars), a Star Wars Expanded Universe character
  • A diminutive of the feminine given name Fiona
  • The pitch equivalent to the fourth scale degree raised a half step in modern Solfège
  • Fi (The Legend of Zelda), a character in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Other articles related to "fi":

Sound Blaster X-Fi - Operating System Support
... Although Creative was slow to embrace 64-bit drivers for the X-Fi lineup, most x86-64 architecture based operating systems are now supported ... Microsoft Windows 7 includes basic driver support for many of the X-Fi series cards ... Many of the X-Fi features however require the software applications provided by Creative in order to utilize the full capabilities of the hardware ...
A2 Volleyball League (Portugal) - Portuguese League Champions - A2
... Year Final Champion Score Runner-Up 1997/1998 AA São Mamede 1998/1999 CD Fiães 1999/2000 CS Marítimo 2000/2001 Vitoria SC 2001/2002 GC Vilacondense group ...
Bob Keane - Life and Career - Del-Fi
... and inspiration, the new label was named Del-Fi Records ... Another early Del-Fi release was "Chicken Grabber" by The Nite Hawks, which although not a success at the time, was featured in John Waters' film Pink Flamingos ... After Valens' death in February 1959, Del-Fi records continued, and one of the next signings was eden ahbez, best known for his song "Nature Boy." By this ...
Slice Of Sci Fi
... of Star Trek fans over the cancellation of Star Trek Enterprise, the Slice of Sci-Fi Podcast has grown to encompass a broader range of topics ... Slice of Sci-Fi is also heard each week on XM Satellite Radio, Sirius Satellite Radio, as well as several cell phone networks across the globe ... Slice of Sci-Fi has been announced Site of the week by SCI FI Weekly on November 22, 2006 and the AMC Site of the Week in March 2008 ...
Lo-fi Music
... Lo-fi (from the term "low fidelity") is lower quality of sound recordings than the usual standard for music ... The qualities of lo-fi are usually achieved by either degrading the quality of the recorded audio, or using certain equipment ... Many lo-fi artists use inexpensive cassette tape recorders ...