Fet, v. t. [OE. fetten, feten, AS. fetian; akin to AS. fæt a journey, and to E. foot; cf. G. fassen to seize. √ 77. See Foot, and cf. Fetch.] To fetch. [Obs.]

And from the other fifty soon the prisoner fet.

Fet, p. p. of Fette. Fetched. [Obs.] Chaucer.

Fet (?), n. [Cf. feat, F. fait, and It. fett? slice, G. fetzen rag, Icel. fat garment.] A piece. [Obs.] Dryton.