Foe meaning

The definition of a foe is an enemy or opponent.

A person who you are always trying to defeat in games is an example of your foe.

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Enemy (in all senses)
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Fraternal Order of Eagles.
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Friends of the Earth.
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Fraternal Order of Eagles.
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(obsolete) Hostile.
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Something that is destructive or injurious.

Taxes that were the foe of economic development.

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A unit of energy equal to 1044 joules.
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An enemy.
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An enemy in war.
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Origin of foe

  • Middle English fo from Old English gefā from fāh hostile
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Middle English fo 'foe; hostile', from earlier ifo 'foe', from Old English ġefāh 'enemy', from fāh 'hostile', from Proto-Germanic *faihaz (cf. Old Frisian fāch 'punishable', Middle High German gevēch 'feuder'), from Proto-Indo-European *peik/k̑- 'to hate, be hostile' (cf. Middle Irish oech 'enemy, fiend', Latin piget 'he is annoying', Lithuanian piktas ‘evil’, Albanian pis ‘dirty, scoundrel’).
    From Wiktionary
  • An acronym of fifty-one ergs
    From Wiktionary