From Middle High German varm, from Old High German farm (“a fast boat, skiff”), from Proto-Germanic *farmaz (“ferry, ship's lading, cargo, arrival”), from Proto-Indo-European *per- (“to go across, traverse”). Cognate with Old English farm (“cargo, freight”), Old Norse farmr (“load, lading”), Dutch varem.
Farm f (genitive Farm, plural Farmen)
- farm (usually with reference to farms abroad)
- “Farm” in Duden online