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fardel

[ fahr-dl ]
/ ˈfɑr dl /
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noun Archaic.
a bundle; burden.
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Origin of fardel

First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English, from Anglo-French, Old French, from Old Provençal, equivalent to fard(a) “bundle” (ultimately derived from Arabic fardah “load”) + -el, from Latin -ellus; see -elle
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British Dictionary definitions for fardel

fardel
/ (ˈfɑːdəl) /

noun
archaic a bundle or burden

Word Origin for fardel

C13: from Old French farde, ultimately from Arabic fardah
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