fót-lǽst
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine
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fót-lǽst
Add: e; f. 1. a foot-print Þá fótlástas wǽron swutole on þǽm stáne, swá hié on wexe wǽron áðýde. Bl. H. 203, 36. Hwæþer þú mage tócnáwan hwæs fótlǽsta þú geseó on þissere flóre ástapene, Nap. 79. Gesáwon hí on þám marmanstáne swilce mannes fótlǽsta fæstlíce on ðám stáne geðýde, Hml. Th. i. 506, 12. Fótlǽste, 508, 11. 2. where movement is spoken of, a step Hig ne myhton hig þá git ánne fótlást furður áteón, Shrn. 154, 30. Ǽlc þǽra stæpa and fótlǽsta þe wé tó cyricean weard gestæppað, Wlfst. 302, 26. 3. the sole of the foot, the foot Sóna swá hí gesetton heora fótlǽst on þǽre eá ófre as soon as they set foot on the bank of the river; ingressis sacerdotibus Jordanen etpedibus eorum in parte aquae tinctis, Jos. 3, 15. Hé hét hí hine ferian þǽr Petrus and Paulus bebyrgede wǽron, and lecgan his líc æt heora fó;tlǽstum, Hml. S. 5, 467. Geseah hé león wið þǽre hálgan líchaman standan, and hit his fótlástas (-es, MS., fétlástas, v.l. ) liccode, 23 b, 773.
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