Definition of foumart
1 : the European polecat
2 : a contemptible person —used as a generalized term of abuse
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Origin and Etymology of foumart
Middle English fulmard, fulmarde, folmarde, folmert, probably from 1foul + (assumed) Middle English marth marten, from Old English mearth
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