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Meaning of fram by Wiktionary Dictionary

fram


    Alternative forms

    Etymology

    Old English, from Proto-Germanic *fram ( “forward” ), from Proto-Indo-European *pr- ( “forward, through” ). Akin to Old High German fram, Old Norse frā ( prep. ), Old Norse fram ( adv. ), Gothic fram

    Preposition

    fram

    1. from

    Adverb

    fram

    1. forward

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    fram-

    By Wiktionary ( 2010/09/27 15:14 UTC Version )

    Alternative forms

    • from-, fra-

    Etymology

    From fram "forward, from, out of". More at from

    Preposition

    fram-

    1. prefix meaning 'from, forth, away, out, out of' ( compare Latin ex-, de- )
      framfær ( “departure” )
      framdōn ( “to put off, avert, interrupt, halt” )
      framānȳdan ( “to drive away” )
      framāstyrian ( “to remove” )