Did you perchance mean one of these? forename, forsake
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To be shamed.
- To shame; bring reproach on.
- v. intransitive, obsolete To be ashamed; be greatly ashamed.
- v. transitive, obsolete To shame; bring reproach on.
- v. transitive, Northern England To dare; presume; have the face to.
- From Middle English forshamen, from Old English forscamian ("to make ashamed, be ashamed, be modest"), equivalent to for- + shame. (Wiktionary)
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