We know $$ \sum_{m=0}^\infty \frac{x^m}{(a-m)!m!} = \frac{1}{a!}(1+x)^m $$ where we understand the factorial as Gamma function $\Gamma(x)$ such that it is divergent if the argument is negative integer. We also know $$ \sum_{m=0}^\infty \frac{x^m}{(b+m)!m!} \sim \,_0F_1(b,x) $$ as hypergeometric function while this can be generalized to any $p,q$ for $_pF_q(\cdots,x)$.

Now I want to study $$ f_{abc}(x)=\sum_{m=0}^\infty \frac{x^m}{m!(a-m)!(b+m)!(c-m)!}, \qquad a,b,c \in \mathbb{Z}^+ $$ Although the function is defined to sum over infinite numbers of integers, but it is effectively truncated at min$(a,c)$. I want to ask whether I can find any reference studying the polynomial $f_{abc}(x)$? Is there any special name for it?

I can imagine one possible manipulation is to use the reflection formula of Gamma function $$ \Gamma(z) \Gamma(1-z) = \frac{\pi}{\sin \pi z} $$ to change the sum over $(c-m)!$ to $(m-c)! \sin(\pi(m-c))$. And you might then call this function some kind of $_2F_1$ type hypergeometric function. However, it is not that good. First of all, the relection formula is better used if arguments $z$ are not integer, which is different from my purpose. Second, even after doing that, the function is not fully hypergeometric as there are extra sine functions as coefficients.

I was expecting whether any literature has ever studied these kinds of functions and name them?