foin (v.) Old form(s): foigne, foyne
[fencing] thrust, lunge
2H4 II.i.16[Hostess to Snare, of Falstaff] He will foin like any devil [with bawdy pun]
MW II.iii.21[Host to Caius, in answer to 'Vat be you all ... come for?'] to see thee foin
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