Foin

Foin /fɔɪn/

Archaic. Etymology: From Old French foene, Latin fuscina (trident).

noun (plural foins)

  1. a thrust or any varying thrusting weapon.

verb (foins, foining, foined)

  1. to thrust with a sword or stab.

See also French: fouine (a marten).

Sword Scroll Flower Illustration

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