• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Feringhee fer-ing′gē a Hindu name for an Englishman
    • Feringhee Also Farin′gee
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In literature:

The accounts say that the Feringhees came on like demons, and that they did not seem to mind our firing in the slightest.
"Rujub, the Juggler" by G. A. Henty
I would have given thee a handful of rice rather than that thou shouldst have become a Feringhee!
"Pioneers and Founders or, Recent Workers in the Mission field" by Charlotte Mary Yonge
The Feringhee sailor clung to the mast all through that dreary night.
"The Strand Magazine, Volume V, Issue 29, May 1893" by Various
They say the sepoys have mutinied at Meerut, and the Feringhees are to be driven into the sea.
"Strange Stories" by Grant Allen