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Oxford dictionary definition of the word drought:
a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to a shortage of water:
the cause of Europe’s recent droughts
crops have failed because of drought
[usually with modifier] a prolonged absence of something specified:
he ended a five-game goal drought
[mass noun] archaic thirst.
late Old English drūgath ‘dryness’, of Germanic origin; compare with Dutch droogte; related to dry