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farci

[ fahr-see; French far-see ]
/ fɑrˈsi; French farˈsi /
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adjective Cooking.
filled with with seasoned breadcrumbs or other savory matter; stuffed: eggplants farci.
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Origin of farci

First recorded in 1900–05; from French, past participle of farcir “to stuff,” from Latin farcīre
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British Dictionary definitions for farci

farci
/ (fɑːˈsiː) /

adjective
(of food) stuffed

Word Origin for farci

French: stuffed; see farce
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