A biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion and that is frequently a separate organ at the terminal part of the leg. transl. (noun)
To use the foot to kick (usually a ball). (verb)
Examples of word foot
"'_And thine eye shall not pity_,'" said her father, in a tone of rebuke, "'_but, life shall be for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot_.'"
'Follow on by the foot of the wood, and you'll get there in time,' was the reply, at length faintly heard in the distance, and the cart rumbled heavily away again, leaving me just as wise as before; for which was _head_ and which was _foot_ of the wood I knew no more than the child unborn.
And thus the offering ended* the loo poor men were placed to prcM: eeti homeward on foot, and after them the knights* esquires, and gentlemen, on horseback; then Garter principal king of arms; then the principal nnoumerr with the other eight moumers two and two; and then the yeomen on foot» two and two.
Well scrub athlete's foot from the list because my left foot is happily harbouring something icky.
I use the term foot for a member employed for movement in place connected with a point on the ground, for the feet appear to have got their name from the ground under our feet.
* The reader will note, that when we use the term foot-pad, we mean him who robs on foot only; highway-man intends one who robs on horse back. highway robbery.
A subsequent visit to another podiatrist told me that taking a bone out of the foot is an ignorant thing to do — or, at least, taking THAT bone out of the foot is ignorant.
Four years later they call to say an NFL place-kicker has just died in a freak PAT accident and his foot is a match.