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English

Etymology

From early modern fascher (now fâcher) < fastus ‘disdain’.

Pronunciation

  • /fæʃ/
    Rhymes with: -æʃ

Verb

  1. In the context of "Scotland|Geordie|Northern English dialect": To worry; to bother, annoy.
    "Divint fash yersel" = "don't worry"

Noun

  1. In the context of "Scotland|Geordie|Northern English dialect": A worry; trouble; bother.

Derived terms

See also

References

  • Whites Latin-English Dictionary: 1899.
  • Consise Oxford: 1984.
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Scots

Etymology

From early modern

Extensive Definition

This article is about the musical group. For the air force of Albania which is sometimes known by the acronym FASH, see Albanian Air Force.
FasH is an Australian Drum n bass/Electronic group in Sydney.

Lineup

  • FasH

Discography

  • The FasH album (1998/ Brainmeat Records)
  • Un-installed (2002/ Brainmeat Records)
  • Anything but your kind [Work in prog]

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