Origin of farina
Examples from the Web for farina
He played the quintessential Farina role—a lovable schmuck—before the character passed away at the end of Season 2.
For the next five years, Farina actually stayed active in the police force while acting on the side, finally retiring in 1986.
Get Shorty Farina proves how unsettling and chilling an actor can be while simultaneously being, well, hilarious.
Farina Foods 3560 18th Street (415) 565-0360 www.farinafoods.com Do Exploring San Francisco can take you in many directions.
Farina may be cooked in water alone, but on account of its lack of nutritive elements, it is more valuable if prepared with milk.Science in the Kitchen.|Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
Farina modestly stood aside, and allowed the Goshawk to confront his prisoner.
The spirit known as Eau de Cologne was the invention of Farina in the seventeenth century.Old Continental Towns|Walter M. Gallichan
These may be slightly thickened with barley, rice, or farina flour.Dietetics for Nurses|Fairfax T. Proudfit
He then informed her of the fears entertained by the Club, sworn to watch over and protect her, regarding Farina's arts.
British Dictionary definitions for farina
Word Origin for farina
Word Origin and History for farina
1707, from Latin farina "ground wheat, flour, meal," from far (genitive farris) "grits, spelt, a kind of grain" (see barley).