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Que a categoria em Definição / Significado de forthfareENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English, from Old English _forþfaru_ (“a going forth, departure”). NOUN FORTHFARE (_plural_ FORTHFARES) * (obsolete) Departure. * (obsolete) Passing bell, death knell.

From Middle English, from Old English forþfaru (a going forth, departure).

Noun

forthfare (plural forthfares)

  1. (obsolete) Departure.
  2. (obsolete) Passing bell, death knell.

Que a categoria em Definição / Significado de forthfareENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _forthfaren_, from Old English *_forþfaran_ (“to go forth, depart”), suggested by _forþfaru_ (“departure”), _forþfōr_ (“departure, death”), equivalent to _forth-_ +‎ _fare_. VERB FORTHFARE (_third-person singular simple present_ FORTHFARES, _present participle_ FORTHFARING, _simple past and past participle_ FORTHFARED) * (intransitive) To go forth; go away; depart; journey. * 1905, Francis Lynde, _A fool for love_: When he had learned what he wanted to know, he FORTHFARED to meet Winton at the incoming train. * 1908, The Homiletic review: Volume 56 - Page 450: [...] with great-hearted Christians fighting for each other instead of against each other, all just FORTHFARING unitedly for the Christianizing of the world, [...] * 1918, Francis Lynde, _Branded_: There was nobody to meet me as I FORTHFARED from the prison gates, but I was not expecting any one and so was not disappointed. * 1921, Eliakim Littell, _The living age: Volume 309 - Page 434_: [...] That Love may go FORTHFARING unafraid. * 2002, Irene Gammel, _Making Avonlea_: The evolution of energetic, industrious, FORTHFARING peoples under the peculiarly favourable climatic conditions of north-western Europe is the most important element in that success. * (intransitive) To decease; pass away; die. DERIVED TERMS * forthfaring

From Middle English forthfaren, from Old English *forþfaran (to go forth, depart), suggested by forþfaru (departure), forþfōr (departure, death), equivalent to forth- +‎ fare.

Verb

forthfare (third-person singular simple present forthfares, present participle forthfaring, simple past and past participle forthfared)

  1. (intransitive) To go forth; go away; depart; journey.
  2. (intransitive) To decease; pass away; die.
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