for to

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Etymology[edit]

for + to, compare Danish for at, Norwegian bokmål for å.

Conjunction[edit]

for to

  1. (obsolete outside dialects) in order to
    • Bible, Luke vii. 25
      What went ye out for to see?
  2. (dialectal) for; to
    I got a gun, for to shoot deer with. → I got a gun, for shooting deer. / to shoot deer with.

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