Definition of footfell in English:

footfell

noun

Scottish
historical
  • A kind of dressed lambskin formerly exported from Scotland; specifically one taken from a lamb between the time of its castration and its weaning, or from a lamb that has died soon after birth.

Origin

Middle English. Apparently from foot + a second element of uncertain and disputed identity.

Pronunciation

footfell

/ˈfʊtfɛl/