Fetta



n.

1956, from Modern Greek (tyri) pheta, from tyri “cheese” + pheta, from Italian fetta “a slice,” from Latin offa “a morsel, piece.”

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  • Fetter

    [fet-er] /ˈfɛt ər/ noun 1. a chain or shackle placed on the feet. 2. Usually, fetters. anything that confines or restrains: Boredom puts fetters upon the imagination. verb (used with object) 3. to put fetters upon. 4. to confine; restrain. /ˈfɛtə/ noun 1. (often pl) a chain or bond fastened round the ankle; shackle 2. […]

  • Fetter-bone

    noun 1. the great pastern bone of a horse. See under (def 2). noun 1. another name for pastern (sense 2)



  • Fetterbush

    [fet-er-boo sh] /ˈfɛt ərˌbʊʃ/ noun 1. an evergreen shrub, Lyonia lucida, of the heath family, native to the southern U.S., having clusters of fragrant, white flowers. 2. a similar shrub, Pieris floribunda, having long upright clusters of small white flowers. 3. any of several heathlike shrubs of the southern U.S.

  • Fettered

    [fet-er] /ˈfɛt ər/ noun 1. a chain or shackle placed on the feet. 2. Usually, fetters. anything that confines or restrains: Boredom puts fetters upon the imagination. verb (used with object) 3. to put fetters upon. 4. to confine; restrain. /ˈfɛtə/ noun 1. (often pl) a chain or bond fastened round the ankle; shackle 2. […]



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