noun far·ra·go \fə-ˈrä-(ˌ)gō, -ˈrā-\
plural far·ra·goes

Definition of FARRAGO

:  a confused mixture :  hodgepodge

Examples of FARRAGO

  1. <the shop is filled with a whimsical farrago of artwork, antiques, and vintage clothing>

Origin of FARRAGO

Latin farragin-, farrago mixed fodder, mixture, from far spelt — more at barley
First Known Use: 1632


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