fawcett

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French fausset, perhaps from Latin faux (throat).

Noun[edit]

fawcett

  1. faucet
    • 1466: The Paston Letters; reprinted in:
    • 1904: James Gairdner, The Paston letters, A.D. 1422–1509, volume 4, page 229 (Chatto & Windus)
      For xxxiiii. lambys, xxviis. iid. For xxii. shep, xxxviis. vd. x. nete, iiiil. xvis. id. For ii. napronnes to Richard Lynstede, xd. For claretts and fawcetts, vid. MCCC. eggs, vis. vid. For xx. galons milk, xxd. For viii. galons creme, iis. viiid.

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