• Definition for "farand"
    • Fashioned; conditioned; seeming; having a specified personality.
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  • Sentence for "farand"

farand definition

  • adjective:
    • Fashioned; conditioned; seeming; having a specified personality.
    • Well-behaved; good; getting.
    • smart; sagacious; knowledgeable.
    • Fashioned; trained; seeming; having a specified personality.
    • Well-behaved; decent; getting.
    • Wise; sagacious; knowledgeable.
    • Fashioned; conditioned; appearing; having a specified personality.
    • Well-behaved; good; becoming.
    • Wise; sagacious; knowledgeable.
  • noun:
    • fashion; custom; style; disposition; humour.
    • See farrand, n.
    • Manners; laughter.
    • Manner; customized; manner; personality; humour.
    • See farrand, n.
    • ways; laughter.
    • Manner; customized; fashion; disposition; humour.
    • See farrand, n.
    • ways; humor.
  • others:
    • . Well favored; comely; handsome; goodly.
    • . Having a particular specified benefit or appearance; showing up; appearing: generally utilized in structure with a particular term, fair, nasty, wicked, ill, well (weel), old (auld), etc.: as, auld-farand, old-seeming: applied to a kid whom exhibits much more sagacity than could possibly be expected at his time of life.
    • . Well favored; comely; good looking; goodly.
    • . Having a specific specified benefit or appearance; showing up; appearing: generally speaking used in composition with a particular term, fair, nasty, wicked, sick, really (weel), old (auld), etc.: as, auld-farand, old-seeming: applied to a young child which exhibits more sagacity than might be anticipated at his period of life.
    • . Well-favored; comely; handsome; goodly.
    • . Having a particular specified favor or appearance; showing up; seeming: generally used in structure with a certain term, fair, nasty, bad, ill, well (weel), old (auld), etc.: as, auld-farand, old-seeming: applied to a child just who exhibits much more sagacity than might be anticipated at their period of life.
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