forthfaren etymology

Middle English word forthfaren comes from Old English faran (To go; to travel, to journey.), Old English forþ- (Forth, forward; away; still, continuously. Onto, towards.)

Detailed word origin of forthfaren

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
faran Old English (ang) To go; to travel, to journey.
forþ- Old English (ang) Forth, forward; away; still, continuously. Onto, towards.
forþfaran Old English (ang) To go or fare forth, depart, die.
forthfaren Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as forthfaren

Descendants of faran
farand faren farinde infer thurghfare
Descendants of forþ-
forth-