faber

An artisan.

faber

Latin, meaning: skilled, ingenious.
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faber

Latin, meaning: craftsman, artisan.
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Faber

A Weissburgunder - Muller-Thurgau hybrid white-wine grape developed for its frost resistance, and grown primarily in the Rheinhessen region of Germany. Used for blending to impart acidity. Also called Faberrebe.
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Faber

Artisan.
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Faber

Faber is a Lat In boy name. The meaning of the name is `Craftsman` Faber,Fabrice,Fabrizio The name Faber doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Faber seems to be unique!
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Faber

Type: Term Pronunciation: fah′bĕr Definitions: 1. Knud H., Danish physician, 1862-1956. See: Faber anemia, Faber syndrome
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Faber

[company] Faber was founded in 1955 by Professor Abramo Galassi who since then has always held the post of chairman of the board. In 1963 Faber produced the first extraction hood in Europe. Faber specializes in producing extraction hoods and is now present in 13 countries on 3 continents. Including Europe and North America. In North America...
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Faber

[surname] Faber is the Latin word for `smith`. Like a few other Latin occupational names (e.g. Agricola for farmer, Nauta for sailor), it was adopted as a surname in the Low Countries and Germany. Notable people with the surname include: Fictional characters: ...
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