the production of a litter of pigs
A litter of pigs.
To give birth to a litter of pigs.
Origin: farwen 'piglet' (akin to varken, Middle Low German ferken, Ferkel), diminutive of fearh 'pig', from farhaz (compare vark 'pig', farah), from *pórkos (compare orc 'piglet', porcus, pórkos, prase 'pig, piglet', par̃šas, Kurdish purs), from *perk̑- 'to dig'.
a little of pigs
not producing young in a given season or year; -- said only of cows
Origin: [Cf. Scot. ferry cow a cow that is not with calf, D. vaarkoe, vaars, heifer, G. frse, AS. fearr bull, G. farre. Cf. Heifer.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
far′ō, n. a litter of pigs.—v.i. or v.t. to bring forth pigs. [A.S. fearh, a pig; Ger. ferkel.]
far′rō, adj. not producing young in a particular season, said of cows. [Ety. dub.; with farrow cow cf. Flem. verwekoe, varwekoe.]
The numerical value of farrow in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of farrow in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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- прасило, опрасвам сеBulgarian
- vrh podsvinčatCzech
- fare, få griseDanish
- ferkeln, Wurf Ferkel, nicht trächtigGerman
- lechigada de cochinillosSpanish
- kull grisungar, grise, få grisungar, kullNorwegian Nynorsk
- kull grisunger, grise, få grisunger, kullNorwegian
- пороси́ться, я́ловый, опоро́с, опороси́тьсяRussian
- grisa, kullSwedish
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