(comparative more farand, superlative most farand)
- (UK dialectal) Fashioned; conditioned; seeming; having a specified disposition.
- (UK dialectal) Well-behaved; decent; becoming.
- (UK dialectal, Scotland) Wise; sagacious; well-informed.
From Middle English farand, farende, farinde, from Old English farende, present participle of Old English faran (“to set forth, go, travel, wander, proceed”), equivalent to fare + -and. More at fare.