fetticus

noun fet·ti·cus \ˈfetə̇kəs\

Definition of fetticus

plural

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Origin and Etymology of fetticus

modification of Dutch vettekous, from vet fat (from Middle Dutch) + kous stocking, from Middle Dutch couse, from Old French (Picardy dialect) cauce, from Medieval Latin calcea; akin to Old English fætt fat — more at fat, chausses


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