fór
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fór
Add:1. the action of going Hé wæs unáblinnendlíce on fóre geseted he was incessantly travelling, Hml. S. 23 b, 156. On fóre uehictilo (ad praediolium suum basternae uehiculo properabant, Aid. 67, 28), An. Ox. 4742. Fóre uehiculo (spreto basternae uehiculo, Aid. 58, 28. In An. Ox. 4164 the word is glossed by færelde), Wrt. Voc. ii. 84, 74. 2. a journey Gif þé fór (foor, v.l.) gelimpe on Gallia mǽgðe si contingat ut ad Galliarum provinciam transeas, Bd. I. 27; Sch. 74, 9. Fóre bóc itinerarium, Hpt. Gl. 454, 19. Swá hwylc preóst swá farende byð (iter facial), and hine man on his fóre (in itinere ejus) fulwihtes biddeð, and hé wyrne for ofste his fóre (itineris ). Ll. Th. ii. 138, 19-21. Be ciépemonna fóre uppe on londe, i. 118, ll : 82, 15. Cóm hé tó Róme . . . hé oft ǽr on þǽre fóre wæs, Bd. 4, 18; Sch. 436, 12. Hé wæs on sumre fóre ealle þrý dagas, Bl. H. 217, 17. 3. an expedition of armed persons, a. march of an army Hé wæs hergende and bærnende þætte Cartainense mehton geseón of heora byrg fýr and þone teónan, þonne hió on fóre wǽron, Ors. 4, 5 ; S. 168, 35. Be þǽre wídgalnisse his (Alexander's) síðfata and his fóra þe hé geond middangeard férde, Nar. I. 7. b. of private war Sé þe on þǽre fóre wǽre þǽr mon monnan ofslóge, getriówe hine þæs sleges, and þá fóre gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 122, 16: 74, 7 note. [v. N. E. D. fore. O.H.Ger. fuora profectio.] v. út-, weg-fór.
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