Ferd meaning

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(obsolete) Fear.
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Origin of ferd

  • From Middle English ferde, feord, furd, from Old English fyrd, fierd, ferd (“army, host, company”), from Proto-Germanic *fardiz (“journey, expedition”), from Proto-Indo-European *per- (“to put across, ferry”). Cognate with Old Frisian ferd, fart (“an expedition, journey”), Old High German fart (German Fahrt, “journey”), Danish færd (“voyage, travel”). More at fare.

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  • From Middle English, from feren (“to fear”). More at fear.

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