feccan

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Apparently an alteration of fetian, fatian (to fetch, induce, marry), from Proto-Germanic *fatōną, *fatjaną (to fetch), from Proto-Indo-European *ped- (foot). Cognate with Old Frisian fatia (to fetch), Old High German fazzōn (to touch, grasp) (German fassen), Old Norse fata, feta (to go, step) (Icelandic feta). More at foot.

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feċċan

  1. to fetch, bring; to draw
  2. to seek; to gain, take

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