Definition of fash in English:

fash

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Pronunciation: /faʃ
 
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verb

(fash oneself) Scottish
Feel upset or worried: she’ll be coming soon, don’t fash yourself

Origin

mid 16th century: from early modern French fascher, based on Latin fastus 'disdain, scornful contempt'.

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