forteach etymology

English word forteach comes from English teach, English for-

Detailed word origin of forteach

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
teach English (eng) (intransitive) To pass on knowledge, especially as one's profession; to act as a teacher.. (obsolete, transitive) To show (someone) the way; to guide, conduct; to point, indicate.. (transitive) To cause to learn or understand.. (transitive) To pass on knowledge to. (pejorative, informal) teacher.
for- English (eng) (dialectal) Very; excessively.. (no longer productive) Meaning "completely", "to the fullest extent" e.g. forbreak; superseded by combinations with "up" in senses where no upward movement is involved, e.g. forgive = give up (one's offenses), forgather = "gather up", forbeat = "beat up", etc.. (no longer productive) Meaning "far", "away"; "from", "out" e.g. forbid, forget, forsay; forbear, fordeem.
forteach English (eng) (transitive, obsolete) To unteach; contradict; misteach.

Words with the same origin as forteach

Descendants of for-
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