Farrago



[fuh-rah-goh, -rey-] /fəˈrɑ goʊ, -ˈreɪ-/

noun, plural farragoes.
1.
a confused mixture; hodgepodge; medley:
a farrago of doubts, fears, hopes, and wishes.
/fəˈrɑːɡəʊ/
noun (pl) -gos, -goes
1.
a hotchpotch
n.

1630s, from Latin farrago “medley, mix of grains for animal feed,” from far “grain” (see barley).

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