Barefoot meaning

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With nothing on the feet.

Walking barefoot in the grass; a barefoot boy.

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After removing their shoes, socks and sandals at the doorway, the kids were barefoot.

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(colloquial, of a vehicle on an icy road) Not using snow chains.
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She likes to go barefoot in the summertime.

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With bare feet; without shoes and stockings or socks.
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Origin of barefoot

  • From Middle English barefote, barfot, from Old English bærfōt (“barefoot”), from Proto-Germanic *bazafōts (“barefoot”) equivalent to bare +‎ foot. Cognate with Scots barefit (“barefoot”), Old Frisian berfōt ("barefoot"; modern Saterland Frisian boarfouts (“barefoot”, adv)), Dutch barrevoets (“barefoot”, adv), German barfuß (“barefoot”), Danish barfodet (“barefoot”), Swedish barfota (“barefoot”, adv), Icelandic berfættur (“barefoot”).

    From Wiktionary