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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fallow:
1(of farmland) ploughed and harrowed but left for a period without being sown in order to restore its fertility or to avoid surplus production:
incentives for farmers to let land lie fallow
(of a period of time) characterized by inaction; unproductive:
long fallow periods when nothing seems to happen
2(of a sow) not pregnant.
a piece of fallow land:
a great estate was usually divided between fallows, grazed stubble, and wheat
strips of summer fallow
leave (land) fallow for a period:
fallow the ground for a week or so after digging
Old English fealgian ‘to break up land for sowing’, of Germanic origin; related to Low German falgen