Etymology
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fardel (n.)

"bundle, burden," c. 1300, from Old French fardel "parcel, package, small pack" (13c., Modern French fardeau), diminutive of farde, which OED says is "cognate with" (others say "from") Spanish fardo "pack, bundle," which is said to be from Arabic fardah "package."

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Definitions of fardel

fardel (n.)
a burden (figuratively in the form of a bundle);
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