I don't understand what “taste your legs” means.?



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From Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, when Sir Toby says, "Taste your legs, sir; put them to motion." He is saying to "test" them or to try them out. Viola asks Sir Toby the same question - she asks him what he means by "bidding me taste my legs?" Sir Toby replies "I mean to go sir, to enter." He is suggesting that she go into the house (Viola, of course is disguised as a man) to see his niece.

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