fa (pronounced faw)
To fa is to fall.
A fa is a fall.
A factor is the manager of an estate.
In tenement buildings in some parts of Scotland a factor is an agent to whom individual flat-owners pay a regular sum for maintaining the common parts of the building (such as the roof).
Faculty of Advocates
The Faculty of Advocates is the professional association of advocates in Scotland.
fae (pronounced fay) or
frae (pronounced fray)
Fae means from.
some guy fae Tollcross
...Where'd he get that fae?
A fail is a turf or sod.
The word is possibly from the Gaelic fàl, a sod.
The word fair means very.
Fair can also mean certainly.
She's fair putting on weight.
In some towns, including Glasgow, Paisley, and Greenock, the Fair is the traditional annual trades summer holiday. Each town has its own during a particular fortnight in July or August (for example, in Glasgow, the last two weeks in July), and during these holidays many local factories and businesses close down.
the Glasgow Fair
In other parts of Scotland such holidays are known as the Trades.
...We're going to Cyprus for the Fair.