farrand

adjective far·rand \ˈfarənd\
variants: or

farrant

\-nt\

Definition of farrand

chiefly Scottish

  1. :  having a specified appearance or disposition he was ill, farrand, and revengeful

farrandly

or

farrantly

adverb

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Origin and Etymology of farrand

Middle English farand, farende, present participle of faren to go, get along, turn out — more at fare


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