- information familiar with fill-space preventing goods from going about during transportation; dunnage.
- See dunnage.
- Nautical, loose lumber or other substances, as horns, ratan, coir, etc., stowed one of the components of a cargo to chock it, or placed below dried out cargo to help keep it from bilge-water; dunnage.
Definition for "fardage"
- information familiar with fill-space preventing goods from going…
Variant for "fardage"