forþ-gang
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forþ-gang
(-geong). Add:1. a going forth of a place Forðgang egressio, Ps. L. 18, 7. 2. a going forth to a place Hire forbeád þone forðgang (-gong, v. l.) seó sceomu tó þǽre cyrichálgunge cum processionem imperaret verecundia, Gr. D. 72, 16. 3. a going on, course, progress Forðganges nép, Exod. 469. In forðgange (-geonge, v. l.) þæs ǽrendgewrites in processu epistolae, Bd. 1, 13; Sch. 36, 25. (3 a) successful progress, success :-- Úre ágen cyre næfð nǽnne forðgang, búton hé beó gefyrðrod þurh þone Ælmihtigan, Hml. Th. i. 210, 12: ii. 340, 28. Gif hé on þám gástlican gefeohte forðgang habban sceall, Hml. S. 26, 856. te héé 4. in a local sense, an exit, a passage (of part of the body) Him eóde se innoð út æt his forðgange, Hml. S. 16, 207. Se deófol ne móste faran þurh þone múð út, ac fúllíce férde þurh his forðgang út, 31, 547. (4 a) a privy :-- Forðgang secessum, Hpt. 33, 239, 22. v. út-gang.
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