farcy

noun
far·cy | \ˈfär-sē \

Definition of farcy 

: glanders especially : cutaneous glanders

First Known Use of farcy

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for farcy

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

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farcy

noun
far·cy | \ˈfär-sē \
plural farcies

Medical Definition of farcy 

: glanders especially : cutaneous glanders

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