feter
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feter
AddFeotur, fetor pedo vel paturum, Txts. 85, 1552. 1. a fetter for a person Sum man gesette his ðeówan man on fetera. Hé sæt lange on þám láðum bendum, oð þæt hé bestæl út mid his stafe hoppende and gesóhte ðone sanct . . . Se scyttel ðá ásceát of þǽre fetere, Hml. S. 21, 414-419. Gebundene feterum vinculis ligatos, Ps. Th. 106, 9. Mið feoturum (feotrum, L. compedibus) gibunden . . . ðá feoturo (fattro, L. compedes ) forbræc, Mk. R. 5, 4. Mið fatrum, Lk. L. 8, 29. 2. a shackle for an animal Gyf feoh sý underfangen. Gif hit hors sý sing on his feteran oþþe on his brídele, Lch. iii. 286, 5. On his fetera oððe on his brídel, i. 392, 9. v. fót-, ísen-, ísern-feter.
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