[fahrt] /fɑrt/ Vulgar.
a flatus expelled through the anus.
an irritating or foolish person.
verb (used without object)
to expel a flatus through the anus; break wind.
fart around, to spend time foolishly or aimlessly.
an emission of intestinal gas from the anus, esp an audible one
a contemptible person
to expel intestinal gas from the anus; to break wind
fart about, fart around
Old English feortan, ultimately from PIE *perd- (cf. Old High German ferzan, Old Norse freta, Sanskrit pard, Greek perdein, Lithuanian perdzu, Russian perdet), of imitative origin. Related: Farted; farting. As a noun, from late 14c.
Clatterer or clatterfart, which wyl disclose anye light secreate. [Richard Huloet, “Abecedarium Anglo-Latinum,” 1552.]
To expel gas through the anus; relieve flatulence by the most immediate expedient; toot (1250+)
lay a fart, old fart
[fahr-th er] /ˈfɑr ðər/ adverb, compar. of far with farthest as superl. 1. at or to a greater distance: He went farther down the road. 2. at or to a more advanced point: They are going no farther in their studies. 3. at or to a greater degree or extent: The application of the law […]
noun 1. . [in-doh-chahy-nuh] /ˈɪn doʊˈtʃaɪ nə/ noun 1. a peninsula in SE Asia, between the Bay of Bengal and the South China Sea, comprising Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, W Malaysia, and Burma (Myanmar). noun (ˈɪndəʊˈtʃaɪnə) 1. Also called Farther India. a peninsula in SE Asia, between India and China: consists of Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, […]
[fahr-gawn, -gon] /ˈfɑrˈgɔn, -ˈgɒn/ adjective 1. . 2. approaching the end, as of life, duration, usefulness, etc.: The sleeve is too far-gone to mend.
- Far from the madding crowd
To be “far from the madding crowd” is to be removed, either literally or figuratively, from the frenzied actions of any large crowd or from the bustle of civilization. (See also under “Literature in English.”) A phrase adapted from the “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard,” by Thomas Gray: madding means “frenzied.” The lines containing […]