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  1. foy(Noun)

    Faith, allegiance.

  2. foy(Noun)

    A feast given by one about to leave a place.

    He did at the Dog give me, and some other friends of his, his foy, he being to set sail to-day. uE000541612uE001 Pepys.

  3. Origin: From foy.

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  1. Foy(noun)

    faith; allegiance; fealty

  2. Foy(noun)

    a feast given by one about to leave a place

  3. Origin: [F. foi, old spelling foy, faith. See Faith.]

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  1. Foy

    Foy is a village in Belgium, near Bastogne.


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