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Definition of Foin

Foin
Foin Foin, v. t. To prick; to st?ng. [Obs.] --Huloet.
Foin
Foin Foin, n. A pass in fencing; a lunge. [Obs.] --Shak.
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Foin Foin (foin), n. [F. fouine a marten.] 1. (Zo["o]l.) The beech marten (Mustela foina). See Marten. 2. A kind of fur, black at the top on a whitish ground, taken from the ferret or weasel of the same name.[Obs.] He came to the stake in a fair black gown furred and faced with foins. --Fuller.
Foin
Foin Foin, v. i. [OE. foinen, foignen; of uncertain origin; cf. dial. F. fouiner to push for eels with a spear, fr. F. fouine an eelspear, perh. fr. L. fodere to dig, thrust.] To thrust with a sword or spear; to lunge. [Obs.] He stroke, he soused, he foynd, he hewed, he lashed. --Spenser. They lash, they foin, they pass, they strive to bore Their corselets, and the thinnest parts explore. --Dryden.

Meaning of Foin from wikipedia

- Foin de Crau or Crau hay is a French hay produced on the Crau plain in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, which has been awarded an AOC since 1997 and an...
- direct thrust is sometimes known as "foining". (Middle English foinen, from foin, a thrust, from Old French foine, pitchfork, from Latin fuscina, three-pronged...
- The Opéra du Quai au Foin was the first public theatre in Brussels. Opened on 24 January 1682, it was abandoned in 1697 and turned into a warehouse. Under...
- traditional specialities guaranteed (Heumilch/Haymilk/Latte fieno/Lait de foin/Leche de heno (TSG)) C/2016/1202". European Union. Retrieved 16 August 2021...
- Roskilde Festival, Rock in Rio, Fuji Rock Festival, Expo 2010, WOMEX, Au Foin de la Rue [fr]. Studio albums Baianasystem (2010) Duas Cidades (2016) O ****uro...
- traditional specialities guaranteed (Heumilch/Haymilk/Latte fieno/Lait de foin/Leche de heno (TSG)) C/2016/1202". European Union. Retrieved 16 August 2021...
- **prieda) "prey"; or ****um "hay" > *fēnum [feːnũ] > Spanish heno, French foin (but Italian fieno /fjɛno/). oe generally merged with /eː/: poenam "punishment"...
- Quai aux Pierres de Taille/Arduinkaai ("Quarry Stone Wharf"), the Quai au Foin/Hooikaai ("Hay Wharf"), etc., or references to the neighbourhood's commercial...
- not they were married. In Brussels, she performed at the Opéra du Quai au Foin. The many biographical accounts of her life, from the eighteenth century...
- prog - meat scowre - to run away cuttle-bung - a knife with a curved blade foin - a pickpocketing technique in which conversation and deception are used...