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fylfot

[ fil-fot ]
/ ˈfɪl fɒt /
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noun
a swastika.
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Origin of fylfot

First recorded in 1490–1500; variant of fill-foot foot filler

Words nearby fylfot

FX, FY, FYI, fyke, Fylde, fylfot, Fyn, fynbos, fyrd, FYROM, fytte
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British Dictionary definitions for fylfot

fylfot
/ (ˈfaɪlfɒt) /

noun
a rare word for swastika

Word Origin for fylfot

C16 (apparently meaning: a sign or device for the lower part or foot of a painted window): from fillen to fill + fot foot
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