feoh-

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English feoh "cattle, property, money"

Prefix[edit]

feoh-

  1. of or relating to cattle or cattle breeding
    feohland "pasture"
  2. of or relating to money, property, riches or wealth
    feohhord "treasury"
    feohfang "fee-taking, money taken as a bribe"
    feohġestrēon "treasure, riches, possessions"
    feohġesceot, feohsceat "payment, money payment"
    feohgafol "usury, interest"
    feohġerēfa "steward"
    feohġīfre "avaricious"
    feohġītsere "miser"
    feohlufu "love of money"