fót
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fót
Add:: gen. fét; inst. fét. I. the foot of a living creature Sete þú þínne scytefinger uppon þínne fót and stríc on twá healfa þines fét. Tech. ii. 126, 9. Mid foet pede, Ps. Srt. 65, 6. Mid ðǽm fét, Past. 357, 21. Mid ðý fét, 358, 4. Óðre fét onscód, 44, 8. Seldon hé wolde rídan, ac síðode on his fótum. Hml. S. 26, 80. Gebindað him foet and honda, Mt. R. 22, 13. ¶ where a humble position or condition is expressed Heó tó his fótum hí ástrehte, Mk. 7, 25. Sum sceal mid hearpan æt his hláfordes fótum sittan, Vy. 81: B. 500: 1166. Ealle gesceafta þú legst under his fét, Ps. Th. 8, 7: 46, 3. II. a foot as a measure of length Seó eá þæt land oferfleów mid fótes þicce flóde, Ors. 1. 3; S. 32, 6. Eahta fóta brádne and twelf fóta heánne, Bd. 1. 12; Sch. 34, 2. Twígen fýt tó yfæsdrypæ, C.D. ii. 89, 7. III. the lowest part of an object Ánes fótes (cf. fðt-ráp) segl sipara, Wrt. Voc. i. 56, 61.
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