Fife is a unitary council region of Scotland situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth. It was originally one of the Pictish kingdoms and is still known as the Kingdom of Fife.
Towns and villages
- Balmerino, Buckhaven
- Cardenden, Cowdenbeath, Cupar
- Kelty, Kennoway, Kincardine, Kinglassie, Kirkcaldy
- Leslie, Leven, Lochgelly
- Newburgh, Fife, Newport-on-Tay North Queensferry
- St. Andrews, St. Monans
- Balmerino Abbey
- Dogton Stone
- Fife Coastal Path
- Fife Folk Museum
- Scotstarvit Tower
- St. Andrews Botanic Gardens
- Tay Rail Bridge
- Tay Road Bridge
- Tentsmuir Forest
- Historic houses in Scotland
- Museums in Scotland
- Abbeys and priories in Scotland
- Castles in the United Kingdom
Fife is the digit 5 in the NATO phonetic alphabet. It is pronounced as such, to distinguish it from the digit 9 to prevent possible accidental confusion with the German "nein" for "no."
A Fife is also a high-pitched, flute often used to accompany drums in a military or marching band.