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farcy

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noun far·cy \ˈfär-sē\

Definition of farcy

  1. :  glanders; especially :  cutaneous glanders



Origin of farcy

Middle English farsin, farsi, from Anglo-French farcin, from Late Latin farcimen, from Latin, sausage, from farcire


First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with farcy


Medical Dictionary

farcy

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noun far·cy \ˈfär-sē\

Medical Definition of farcy

plural far·cies

  1. :  glanders; especially :  cutaneous glanders




Learn More about farcy

  1. Medical Dictionary: Definition of "farcy" Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "farcy"


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