noun Fer·a·ghan \¦ferə¦gän\
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Definition of Feraghan



  1. :  a usually small heavy Persian rug chiefly of cotton having usually a web and a fringed end, a deep blue or rose field with an allover herati sometimes guli hinnai design and a main border with a turtle design, and being highly prized if antique

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Origin and Etymology of feraghan

from Fergana, Ferghana, region in west central Asia (from Persian Farghāna)

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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