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Meaning of forth by Wiktionary Dictionary

forth


    Pronunciation

    • IPA: /foʊrθ/, /fɔːrθ/
    • Rhymes: -ɔː( ɹ )θ
    • Homophone: fourth

    Etymology 1

    Old English forþ .

    Adverb

    forth ( not comparable )

    1. Forward in time, place or degree .
    2. Out into view .
    3. ( obsolete ) From a particular place or position .
    Derived terms

    Etymology 2

    From fourth - compare forty

    Adjective

    forth

    1. Common misspelling of fourth .

    Noun

    forth

    1. Common misspelling of fourth .

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    forth-

    By Wiktionary ( 2010/12/02 06:42 UTC Version )

    Etymology

    From Middle English, from Old English forþ- ( “forth, forward, further, away, continually” ), from Proto-Germanic *furþa- ( “forth, forward” ), from Proto-Indo-European *prto-. More at forth .

    Preposition

    forth-

    1. Prefix meaning forth, forward, away .

    Derived terms

    [+] English words prefixed with forth-


Explanation of forth by Wordnet Dictionary

forth


    Adverb
    1. out into view

    2. came forth from the crowd
      put my ideas forth
    3. forward in time or order or degree

    4. from that time forth
    5. from a particular thing or place or position

    6. go forth and preach
    Noun
    1. a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth