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nounEnglish Regional, Midlands, Northern
The action or an act of leaving land fallow for a limited period after ploughing, especially during the winter; land that lies fallow during the winter; a period during which land lies fallow.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in Randle Holme (1627–1700), herald painter. From a first element of uncertain origin + fallow.
pin fallow/ˈpɪn ˌfaləʊ/
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