- either of the front feet of an animal with four or more feet
- the meeting point of the keel and the stem of a ship
Origin of forefootMiddle English forefot
- Either of the front feet of a quadruped.
- Nautical The part of a ship at which the prow joins the keel.
(third-person singular simple present forefoots, present participle forefooting, simple past and past participle forefooted)
- To catch (a horse) by binding its front legs together with rope.
- The rodeo had a forefooting contest.
fore- + foot