under one's feet



under one's feet

In one's path or in one's way, as in Come on, children, get out from under my feet.
See also: feet

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Blanchard[bla:ŋ'ʃa:]
Pierinopye-REE-noItalian
Aristidesah-ree-STEE-dhes (Spanish), ə-reesh-TEE-dəsh (Portuguese), ə-reesh-CHEE-jəsh (Brazilian Portuguese)Ancient Greek (Latinized), Spanish, Portuguese
Enkhjargal-Mongolian
ŻAklina-Polish
Kofi-Western African, Akan