n. In old English use, the revenue or rent from lands under lease; revenue, rent, or income in general, but originally chiefly in the form of natural products.n. The state of land leased on rent reserved; a lease; possession under lease: as, in law, to farm let, or let to farm.n. The system, method, or act of collecting revenue by letting out a territory in districts.n. A country or district let out for the collection of revenue.n. A tract of land devoted to general or special cultivation under a single control, whether that of its owner or of a tenant: as, a small farm; a wheat-, fruit-, dairy-, or market-farm.n. A farm-house; a grange; a granary.n. A dwelling; a habitation; a lodging.n. A farm or portion of a farm nearest to or surrounding the home.To lease, as land, at a stated rent; give a lease of, as land; let to a tenant on condition of paying rent: as, to farm a manor.Specifically To lease or let (taxes, imposts, or other duties) for a term at a stated rental: generally with out.To take at a certain rent or rate; take a lease of; pay a stated sum or percentage for the use, collection, etc., of.To cultivate, as land; till and plant.To be employed in agriculture; cultivate the soil.n. Food; a meal.To cleanse or empty.