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From early modern French fascher (now fâcher) < Latin fastus (disdain).

Infinitive
to fash

Third person singular
fashes

Simple past
fashed

Past participle
fashed

Present participle
fashing or fashin

to fash (third-person singular simple present fashes, present participle fashing or fashin, simple past and past participle fashed)

  1. (Scotland, Geordie, Northern England) To worry; to bother, annoy.
    • 1897, Bram Stoker, Dracula, Chapter 5:
      "I wouldn't fash masel' about them, miss. Them things be all wore out."

Singular
fash

Plural
fashes

fash (plural fashes)

  1. (Scotland, Geordie, Northern England) A worry; trouble; bother.


From early modern French fascher (now fâcher) < Latin fastus (disdain).

tae fash (third-person singular simple present fashes, present participle fashin, simple past fasht, past participle fasht)

Infinitive
tae fash

Third person singular
fashes

Simple past
fasht

Past participle
fasht

Present participle
fashin

  1. (transitive) To bother, worry, annoy.
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