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Farrago is a Latin word, meaning "mixed cattle fodder", used to refer to a confused variety of miscellaneous things. As a name, it may refer to:
- Farrago (plant), a genus of plants in the Poaceae family
- Farrago (magazine), student newspaper at the University of Melbourne
- Farrago rerum theologicarum, a book by Wessel Gansfort
- Ronnie Scott's Jazz Farrago
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