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A foxtail (or fox tail) can mean the tail of a fox, or:



  • A type of woven jewellery chain made of three sets of interconnecting links.
  • A decorative ornament commonly flown from the tip of automobile radio aerials, popular in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • The trademarked name for a toy consisting of a rope tied to a ball, allowing it to be thrown like a sling. This toy name should not be confused with flying fox, which is an Australian English toy cablecar similar to a zip-line (also aerial runway).
  • A type of hips ornament, worn on one side of the belt, held by a keychain.