Definition for fet (2 of 3)
Definition for fet (3 of 3)
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Turning to Anglo-Saxon, we find that our modern English forms correspond to fot, fet; mus, mys.
It is found also in the dative singular (fet), for it too goes back to an older foti.
Fetlock, fet′lok, n. a tuft of hair that grows behind on horses' feet: the part where this hair grows.
Doeher sir have you got a leg if you have Will you plase send him Down Praps he may fet and you would oblig.Dr. Grenfell's Parish|Norman Duncan
Good meanes to fet out the euelle stuffe of the body be two, abstinence, & auoydance.The Sweating Sickness|John Caius