The word Ziegenfuss stands for:
- the foot of a Goat
- a family name, see Ziegenfuss (Family name)
- the german name of the manor Cygusy in Poland
- the german name in 1939-1945 of the locality Kvĕtná, part of the community Luková (Květná (Luková) in the Czech Republic  
- a street in Windhuk, named after Alois Ziegenfuss
- a german slang word of a Crowbar
- a russian Almond-Cookie
- a drink from the portugisian Island Madeira, see Ziegenfuss (Drink)
- a street in Australia spelt Ziegenfusz named after William Henry Ziegenfusz whose father was from Ecklingerode
Ziegenfuss is part of the name of the following animals and plants:
- a kind of Oxalis, see Oxalis pes caprae
- the plant Ipomoea pes caprae
- a kind of a mushroom, see Albatrellus pes caprae
- the german slang name of the plant Ground-elder (Aegopodium podagraria)
- horses with dappled white feet, see Equine coat color 
Ziegenfuss is part of the name of the following lakes in the USA:
- Ziegenfuss Lake in Kent County, Michigan
- Little Ziegenfuss Lake in Kent County, Michigan
- Ziegenfuss Pond, a reservoir in Laurens County, South Carolina, made by the Ziegenfuss Enbankment Dam
The word Ziegenfuß also is used in these cases:
- A Ziegenfuss is used as an Amulet from the Tuaregs.
- In the Allgäu area in former times Ziegenfusses were used to decorate the walls.
- The handles of bavarian and austrian hunting Knifes (as a part of their Tracht) sometimes were made by using a Ziegenfuß.
- Gabriel Pierné in 1914/1915 wrote the Ballet "Cydalise and the Ziegenfuß (Cydalise et le chèvre-pied)", Premiere was on January 15th 1923 at the Opera of Paris
- Several companies use the word Ziegenfuß as part of their legal name.
- One pisode of the TV series "Stockard Channing in Just Friends" from 1979 has the Name The Ziegenfuss Force .
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