A motley assortment or a medley; a jumble or conglomeration; a hodgepodge. This obscure word was derived from a Latin word meaning mixed fodder. Use of "farrago" has increased among art writers in the early 2000s. The plural form can be farragoes or farragos.(pr. fə-RAH-go or fə-RAY-go)Also see appropriation, assemblage sculpture, bricolage, collage, construction, homage, incongruity, parody, and pastiche