Crossword clues for fet
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fet \Fet\, p. p. of Fette.
Fet \Fet\, n. [Cf. feat, F. fait, and It. fett? slice, G. fetzen
rag, Icel. fat garment.]
A piece. [Obs.]
Fet \Fet\, v. t. [OE. fetten, feten, AS. fetian; akin to AS. f[ae]t a journey, and to E. foot; cf. G. fassen to seize. To fetch. [Obs.]
And from the other fifty soon the prisoner fet.
Fette \Fet"te\ (? or ?), v. t. [imp. Fette, p. p. Fet.] [See
Fet, v. t.]
To fetch. [Obs.]
Etymology 1 vb. (label en obsolete) To fetch. Etymology 2
n. (label en obsolete) A piece.
Fet is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Romerike traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fetsund.
Fet was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The new municipality of Rælingen was separated from Fet on 1 July 1929. The part of Enebakk municipality lying east of lake Øyeren was transferred to Fet in 1962.
Fet can refer to:
Fet is a crater on Mercury that is named for the Russian poet Afanasy Fet, who lived from 1820 to 1892. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1985. The diameter of the crater is 24 kilometers.
FET is an AGPL licensed, free time tabling software for automatically scheduling the timetable of a school, high-school or university. FET is written in C++ using the Qt cross-platform application framework. Initially, FET stood for "Free Evolutionary Timetabling"; as it is no longer evolutionary, the E in the middle can stand for anything the user prefers.
Custom made versions of FET are available for Moroccan, Algerian and US high-schools.
Usage examples of "fet".
It says little abour Hispanic history, for example, fet our textbooks are so Anglocentric that they might be considered Protestant history.
Hotel, Hippolyte Afanasievich Fet, the gloomy KGB rezident, kept an eye on the CIA officers drinking bottles of Murree beers at the first table off the seedy lobby.
A Britoun book, written with Evaungiles, Was fet, and on this book he swoor anoon She gilty was, and in the meene-whiles An hand hym smoot upon the nekke-boon, That doun he fil atones, as a stoon.
How Sir Launcelot came into the Joyous Isle, and there he named himself Le Chevaler Mal Fet .
Sir, said Sir Launcelot, my name is Le Chevaler Mal Fet, that is to say the knight that hath trespassed.
And or ever the knights depart, look thou make there a cry, in hearing of all the knights, that there is one knight in the Joyous Isle, that is the Castle of Bliant, and say his name is Le Chevaler Mal Fet, that will joust against knights that will come.
Also we have in this castle the fairest knight and the mightiest man that is I dare say living, and he called himself Le Chevaler Mal Fet.
And there Sir Percivale de Galis and Sir Ector de Maris began and told the whole adventures: that Sir Launcelot had been out of his mind the time of his absence, and how he called himself Le Chevaler Mal Fet, the knight that had trespassed.
CHAPTER VI How Sir Launcelot came into the joyous Isle, and there he named himself Le Chevaler Mal Fet.
And therupon the wyn was fet anon, We dronken, and to reste wente echon Withouten any lenger taryynge.