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FAR'ROW, noun A litter of pigs.

FAR'ROW, verb transitive To bring forth pigs. [Used of swine only.]

FAR'ROW, adjective

Not producing young in a particular season or year; applied to cows only. If a cow has had a calf, but fails in a subsequent year, she is said to be farrow or to go farrow Such a cow may give milk through the year.