From Middle English, from Etymology fēond, enemy, cognate with Old Norse fjándi (Danish fjende), German Feind, Gothic fijands, all of them meaning foe. The Old Norse and Gothic terms are present participles of the corresponding verbs fjá/fijan, to hate. Akin to Sanskrit पियति, (he) reviles.
- Rhymes: -iːnd
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