See also:food for
See also:cattle or horses, chiefly the provender collected for the food of the horses of an army . In early usage the word was confined to the dried forage as opposed to grass . From this word comes " foray," an expedition in
See also:search of " forage," and hence a pillaging expedition, a-
See also:raid . The word " forage," directly derived from the Fr. fourrage, comes from a
See also:common Teutonic origin, and appears in "
See also:fodder," food for cattle . The ultimate Indo-
See also:root, pat, cf .
FOR THE YERKES
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