In some cultures, the foot of a rabbit is carried as an amulet believed to bring
good luck. .... Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things. HarperCollins. Retrieved
Dec 11, 2013 ... Or, it may be that the specific lucky rabbit's foot tradition simply came from ...
inauspicious the circumstances surrounding the origins of the foot, ...
May 6, 2008 ... One of the oldest known good luck charms, the rabbit's foot, just got a little older.
In fact, with the discovery of a 53 million-year-old rabbit's foot ...
Oct 26, 2011 ... Luckily for this rabbit, it still has all four feet. At some point, most of us have likely
had a token that we believed would protect us or bring us luck.
Jan 23, 2012 ... The custom of toting around a rabbit's foot for luck is practiced all over the ...
Another origin story comes from hoodoo, which is a special kind of ...
the foot of a rabbit, especially the left hind foot carried as a good-luck charm.
Origin of rabbit's foot. Expand. 1810-1820. 1810-20, Americanism. Dictionary.
many people are likely to mention the "lucky rabbit's foot." Far fewer, .... As
William Pietz (1987) has shown, the term fetish originated as the. West African
A rabbit's foot is considered lucky because of ancient animist beliefs. ... Now, a
rabbit's foot has more historical origins than most of these talisman's, but the main
Horseshoes have become one of the most common good luck charms, possibly
because they were made by blacksmiths who were once considered lucky.
Mar 27, 2015 ... There are a lot of ideas about where the rabbit foot as a talisman originated, but
the strongest one in terms of modern rabbit feet is Hoodoo, ...