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From the merger of Old English fær (‘journey,’ ‘road’) (a neuter) + faru (‘journey,’ ‘companions,’ ‘baggage’) (feminine), both from faran (‘to journey’) < Proto-Germanic *faranan < Proto-Indo-European *por- (‘going,’ ‘passage’).

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Fare

Plural
Fares

Fare (plural Fares)
  1. Money paid for a transport ticket.
  2. A paying passenger, especially in a taxi.
  3. Food and drink.
  4. Supplies for consumption or pleasure.
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From Old English faran (‘to journey’) < Proto-Germanic *faranan < Proto-Indo-European *por- (‘going,’ ‘passage’). Cognates include e.g. German fahren (to travel) and Swedish fara (to travel).

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to Fare

Third person singular
fares

Simple past
fared or archaic fore

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fared or rarely faren

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faring

to Fare (third-person singular simple present fares, present participle faring, simple past fared or archaic fore, past participle fared or rarely faren)
  1. (intransitive) To go, travel
  2. (intransitive) To get along, succeed, be
  3. (intransitive) To eat, dine
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  • IPA: /faːrə/, [ˈfɑːɑ]

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Fare c. (singular definite Faren, plural indefinite Farer)

  1. danger, hazard
  2. risk

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Fare (imperative far, present farer, past farede or for, past participle faret)

  1. rush, run (originally go)

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Fare (imperative far, infinitive at fare, present tense farer, past tense farede, past participle har faret)

  1. farrow

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Latin facere

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Patrono:It-verb (transitive)

  1. To do
  2. To make

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Patrono:It-conj-ere

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Fare

  1. A danger

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From Old Norse fara

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Fare

  1. To go; travel
  2. To rush; tear
  3. (shipping) To sail
  4. (archaic, poetry) To travel; voyage

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fare

  1. A house

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  • IPA: [faːɾɛ]

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Fare (definite accusative Fareyi, plural Fareler)

  1. mouse

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