-fæst

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English fæst (secure, firm).

Suffix[edit]

-fæst

  1. firm, secure
    ǣfæst "firm in observing the law; religious, pious"
    eardfæst "settled, domiciled, established in a place of residence"
    ārfæst "honourable, honest"

Descendants[edit]