\\ˈfarən(d)ˌman\ noun (plural farandmen)
Etymology: Middle English (Scots), from Middle English (northern dialect) farand (present participle of Middle English faren to go, travel) + Middle English man — more at fare
Scotland : wayfarer; usually : a traveling peddler or merchant

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