Pettitoes meaning

pĕtē-tōz
The feet of a pig used as food.
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Human feet or toes, especially those of a child.
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Pigs' feet, as an article of food.
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Feet or toes, esp. a child's.
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The toes or feet of a pig, often used as food.
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Origin of pettitoes

  • Possibly from earlier pettytoe offal (influenced by petty) (toe) possibly from Old French petite oye giblets of a goose petite small oye goose (from Late Latin auca ocarina)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • petty +"Ž toes

    From Wiktionary