Definitions for "firefly "
Any luminous winged insect, esp. luminous beetles of the family Lampyridæ.
tropical American click beetle having bright luminous spots
nocturnal beetle common in warm regions having luminescent abdominal organs
is a two-ply, 55% bright viscose rayon/45% French acrylic with 2,200 yds/lb. This yarn gives the sheen of rayon without the weight. Firefly is a very good dress yarn with the convenience of machine wash and dry. Machine wash/Tumble dry.
Also known as Transformation. A gold or silver flashing effect occurring in the tail of a star, dimmer and less defined than a strobe or a flitter, which continues for a very long period of time. The effect should appear to hang in the sky.
(Plantronics Systems) () Firefly is a feature on some Plantronics headsets, integrating an on-line indicator at the tip of the microphone boom that flashes when in use, letting other people know that you are on a call.
Keywords:  fiction, enemy, whedon, joss, slayer
Firefly is an American science fiction television series that premiered in the United States and Canada on September 20, 2002. Its naturalistic future setting, modeled after traditional Western movie motifs, presents an atypical science fiction backdrop for the narrative. It was conceived by writer and director Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, under his production tag, Mutant Enemy.
Firefly is a fictional character in DC Comics. He is an enemy of Batman.
Firefly is a fictional character of the G.I. Joe universe.
Firefly Network, Inc (originally known as Agents Inc.) was founded in Cambridge, MA in March 1995 and sold to Microsoft in April 1998. It was founded by a group of Engineers from MIT Media Lab and some business people from Harvard Business School, including Pattie Maes (Media Lab professor), Upendra Shardanand, Nick Grouf, Max Metral, David Waxman and Yezdi Lashkari among others. At the media lab, under the supervision of Maes, some of the engineers built a music recommendation system called HOMR (or Helpful Online Music Recommendation Service and preceded by RINGO an email based system) which used collaborative filtering to help navigate the music domain to find other artists and albums that a user might like.
Firefly is the tenth album released by British rock band Uriah Heep. The single from the album was "Wise Man". Also, "Sympathy" became a hit which was crucial for fans to accept the new lineup.
Firefly is the sixth studio album by the Norwegian hard rock band TNT. It was released in 1997.
firefly is a firewall and QoS script for Linux netfilter. It is all-in-one and very easy to use. The configuration is cached and the firewall built in such a way that it can be rapidly rebuilt as a dial-up interface goes up and down . However, it only really works for single machines or small network routers with no DMZ and only one router.
Very Simple Perl based firewall filter manager for Juniper Network routers running the JUNOS OS
Keywords:  uffa, finn, dinghy, hander, spinnaker
The firefly is a two sail hiking sailing dinghy with no spinnaker. It was designed by Uffa Fox in 1938. Although originally designed as a double hander, it was selected as the single handed class for the 1948 Olympics but was subsequently replaced by the Finn class.
Firefly (2005) is an independent film directed by Pete Marcy and produced by Failure Boys, a small production company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was shot in Minnesota and Wisconsin with a $6,000 budget.
Firefly is a simple, relaxing program that animates three dimensional surfaces as they grow and morph between one another. The program is implemented with AppKit and OpenGL in Objective-C for Mac OS X.
LOH scout helicopter, mounting a searchlight and capable of dropping flares
Firefly is the name of the key exchange protocol, or "cooperative key technology", used in the STU-III secure telephone.
a creature with a chemistry set tacked on behind
Keywords:  cellphone, children, aged, years
Firefly is a cellphone for children aged 5-12 years.
Keywords:  propeller, driven, aircraft
a propeller driven aircraft used by the U