forbod

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

forbod

  1. Alternative form of forbode
    • 1619, Henry Ainsworth, Annotations Upon the Fifth Book of Moses, Called Deuteronomie, Deuteronomie, Ch. IIII, notes on verse 23:
      Gods Precepts in the Decalogue, are for the most part forbods, or prohibitions; yet usually called commandements.

Verb[edit]

forbod

  1. obsolete simple past of forbid.

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *frabudą, equivalent to for- +‎ bod. Cognate with Old High German firbot (>German Verbot), Dutch verbod.

Noun[edit]

forbod n (nominative plural forbodu)

  1. A forbidding, forbode, prohibition.

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