fash
verb Etymology: Middle French fascher, from Vulgar Latin *fastidiare to disgust, from Latin fastidium disgust — more at fastidious Date: 1533 chiefly Scottish vexfash noun, chiefly Scottish

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  • fash — fash; fash·er·ie; fash·ion·a·bil·i·ty; fash·ion·er; fash·ion·ist; fash·ion·less; fash·ious; fash·ion; fash·ion·a·ble; fash·ery; fash·ion·a·ble·ness; fash·ion·a·bly; …   English syllables

  • Fash — Fash, n. Vexation; anxiety; care. [Scot.] [1913 Webster] Without further fash on my part. De Quincey. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fash — Fash, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fashed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Fashing}.] [OF. faschier, F. f?cher, to anger, vex; cf. Pr. fasticar, fastigar, fr. L. fastidium dilike. See {Fastidious}.] To vex; to tease; to trouble. [Scot.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fash — [fash] vt., vi. 〚< MFr fascher, to vex < VL * fasticare < L fastidire, to feel loathing < L fastidium: see FASTIDIOUS〛 Scot. to trouble; annoy; vex n. vexation * * * …   Universalium

  • fash — [fash] vt., vi. [< MFr fascher, to vex < VL * fasticare < L fastidire, to feel loathing < L fastidium: see FASTIDIOUS] Scot. to trouble; annoy; vex n. vexation …   English World dictionary

  • FASH — Infobox Musical artist Name = FASH Img size = width=197,hieght=227 Birth name = Farshad Farsian Born = Tehran, Iran Instrument = Keyboard Genre = Electronica, Techno, Minimal Occupation = Producer/DJ Years active = 2003 present Label = Farsian… …   Wikipedia

  • fash — I. ˈfash verb ( ed/ ing/ es) Etymology: Middle French fascher, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin fastidiare to disgust, from Latin fastidium loathing, disgust more at fastidious transitive verb chiefly Sco …   Useful english dictionary

  • fash — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary verb: Upset, worry Example: Dinna fash yirsel! II Mawdesley Glossary to cut tops from turnips, when pulling and harvesting. (French fauche cut) III Cleveland Dialect List to occasion trouble or inconvenience, to… …   English dialects glossary

  • fash — /fæʃ/ (say fash) verb (t) Chiefly Scottish to trouble; inconvenience; upset: dinna fash yourself. {Middle French fascher, from Latin fastidium disgust} …   Australian English dictionary

  • fash — 1. verb /fæʃ/ To worry; to bother, annoy. I wouldnt fash masel about them, miss. Them things be all wore out. 2. noun /fæʃ/ A worry; trouble; …   Wiktionary

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