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Baftas definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

BAF'TAS
BAG, n.[Norm. bage, a bag, a coffer, bagnes, baggage. This word seems to be from the root of pack, pouch.]
1. A sack; a pouch, usually of cloth or leather, used to hold, preserve or convey corn, and other commodities.
2. A sack in animal bodies containing some fluid or other substance.
3. Formerly, a sort of silken purse tied to the hair.
4. In commerce, a certain quantity of a commodity, such as it is customary to carry to market in a sack; as a bag of pepper or hops; a bag of corn.
5. Among farriers, a bag of asafoetida and savin is tied to the bits of horses to restore their appetites.
BAG, v.t. To put into a bag.
2. To load with bags.
BAG, v.i. To swell like a full bag, as sails when filled with wind.




 


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