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fagot

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noun fag·ot \ˈfa-gət\
variants: or

faggot

Definition of fagot

  1. :  bundle: such asa :  a bundle of sticksb :  a bundle of pieces of wrought iron to be shaped by rolling or hammering at high temperature

Origin and Etymology of fagot

Middle English fagot, from Anglo-French


First Known Use: 14th century


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fagot

verb fag·ot
variants: or

faggot

Definition of fagot

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to make a fagot (see 1fagot) of :  bind together into a bundle fagoted sticks

Circa 1598

First Known Use of fagot

circa 1598


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