• Distant; remote in space.
  • Remote in time.
  • Long.
  • More remote of two.
  • Extreme, as measured from some central or neutral position.
  • Extreme, as a difference in nature or quality.
  • Outside the currently selected segment in a segmented memory architecture.


  • To, from or over a great distance in space, time or other extent.
  • Very much; by a great amount.


  • To send far away.


  • Spelt (a type of wheat, Triticum spelta), especially in the context of Roman use of it.
  • A litter of piglets; a farrow.


  • From Middle English ferre, fer, Old English feor, feorr, from Proto-Germanic *ferrai.
  • From Latin far. Doublet of farro.

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