foy definition

  • noun:
    • Scots A farewell feast, drink, or present, as at a wedding.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one about to keep somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast provided by one going to keep a location.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast given by somebody who is mostly about to produce a journey or who has got just returned.
    • Some sort of cheat or swindler.
    • Scots A farewell feast, drink, or gift, as at a marriage.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast written by one going to keep somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast given by one planning to keep someplace.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast given by a person who is mostly about to produce a journey or having only came back.
    • some kind of cheat or swindler.
    • Scots A farewell feast, drink, or present, as at a wedding.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one about to keep somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast distributed by one about to leave somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a wedding.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast written by one planning to keep a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast given by one planning to keep a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by somebody who is approximately which will make a journey or that has just came back.
    • some form of cheat or swindler.
    • A feast given by someone who is about to help make a journey or that has only returned.
    • some kind of cheat or swindler.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a marriage.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a marriage.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or gift, as at a wedding.
    • A feast distributed by one going to keep somewhere.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one about to leave someplace.
    • A feast given by one planning to keep somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a marriage.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a marriage.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast provided by one planning to leave somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one going to leave a spot.
    • A feast given by one about to keep a location.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast written by one planning to keep a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast given by one planning to leave a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast given by an individual who is mostly about to make a journey or who has got just came back.
    • A feast given by someone who is approximately to create a journey or that has simply came back.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • Scots A farewell feast, drink, or present, as at a wedding.
    • A feast distributed by a person who is approximately to make a journey or who may have just returned.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a wedding.
    • some kind of cheat or swindler.
    • A feast distributed by one about to keep a spot.
    • A feast distributed by one planning to keep somewhere.
    • some type of cheat or swindler.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • some type of cheat or swindler.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast provided by one going to keep someplace.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by somebody who is mostly about in order to make a journey or who has got simply came back.
    • A feast written by somebody who is mostly about which will make a journey or who's only returned.
    • some form of cheat or swindler.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • Some sort of cheat or swindler.
    • A feast distributed by one planning to keep a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast provided by an individual who is all about to create a journey or who may have only came back.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or gift, as at a marriage.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast written by one planning to leave someplace.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast distributed by one planning to leave a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast provided by a person who is all about which will make a journey or that has only returned.
    • some type of cheat or swindler.
    • some form of cheat or swindler.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast provided by one about to keep someplace.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • A feast written by one planning to leave a spot.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by somebody who is all about to help make a journey or who has simply returned.
    • Some sort of cheat or swindler.
    • Scots A farewell feast, drink, or gift, as at a marriage.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one going to keep somewhere.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • Scots A farewell feast, beverage, or present, as at a wedding.
    • A feast written by one about to leave someplace.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • Faith, allegiance.
    • A feast distributed by one going to leave a spot.
    • A feast distributed by somebody who is approximately to create a journey or that has just came back.
    • Faith; allegiance; fealty.
    • some form of cheat or swindler.
    • A feast distributed by one about to keep a location.
    • Faith; allegiance.
    • A feast given by somebody who is approximately to produce a journey or who's got simply came back.
    • Some sort of cheat or swindler.

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