What does F(number) mean?
F(number) means Floor number in Daemonheim
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What is the abbreviation for Floor number in Daemonheim?
Floor number in Daemonheim can be abbreviated as F(number)


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What does F(number) stand for? F(number) stands for "Floor number in Daemonheim". 
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How to abbreviate "Floor number in Daemonheim"? "Floor number in Daemonheim" can be abbreviated as F(number). 
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What is the meaning of F(number) abbreviation? The meaning of F(number) abbreviation is "Floor number in Daemonheim". 
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What is F(number) abbreviation? One of the definitions of F(number) is "Floor number in Daemonheim". 
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What does F(number) mean? F(number) as abbreviation means "Floor number in Daemonheim". 
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What is shorthand of Floor number in Daemonheim? The most common shorthand of "Floor number in Daemonheim" is F(number). 
Abbreviations or Slang with similar meaning
 LOLROFPIMP  Laughing Out Loud Rolling On Floor & Peeing In My Pants
 ROFPIMP  Rolling on Floor Peeing in My Pants
 ROTFTIME  Rolling on the Floor Tears in My Eyes
 FFT  Floor Floor Treatment
 FOF  Floor Over Floor
 SNQ  smallest number in queue
 10TH FT  10th Floor Transfer  Dying (floor Number Is Always The Next Number On From The Highest Floor In The Hospital).
 LNQ  LargestNumberInQueue
 Rotfpimp  Rolling on the Floor Peeing in My Pants
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 RNP.  1. GDS. Reduce number in party. 2. Abr. Required navigation performance.
 10th Floor Transfer  dying (floor number is always the next number on from the highest floor in the hospital).
 B or b  prefix denoting a number in billions
 M or m  prefix designating a number in thousands
 Occ  An Occult floor in Daemonheim.