[foo-ton, fyoo-] /ˈfu tɒn, ˈfyu-/
a thin mattress, usually filled with layers of cotton batting and encased in cotton fabric, placed on a floor for sleeping, especially in traditional Japanese interiors, and folded and stored during the day.
a Japanese padded quilt, laid on the floor for use as a bed, or on a frame for use as a chair
1876, from Japanese, said to mean “bedroll” or “place to rest.”
/ˈfʊtˌsæl/ noun 1. a form of association football, played indoors with five players on each side
[fuht-uh k] /ˈfʌt ək/ noun, Nautical. 1. any of a number of timbers forming the lower, more curved portion of the frame in a wooden hull. /ˈfʌtək/ noun 1. (nautical) one of the ribs in the frame of a wooden vessel
noun, Nautical. 1. a metal band around a lower mast somewhat below the top, for holding the lower ends of a futtock shroud.
noun, Nautical. 1. a metal plate placed perpendicular to the top of a ship’s lower mast to hold the futtock shrouds. noun 1. (nautical) a horizontal metal disc fixed at the top of a lower mast for holding the futtock shrouds