farl

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noun \ˈfär(-ə)l\

Definition of farl

Scotland

  1. :  a small thin triangular cake or biscuit made especially with oatmeal or wheat flour

Origin and Etymology of farl

contraction of Scots fardel, literally, fourth part, from Middle English (Scots), from ferde del, from ferde fourth + del part


First Known Use: 1686

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