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- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forthink.
- forthink + -eth (Wiktionary)
“Me forthinketh, said King Pellinore, that this shall me betide, but God may fordo well destiny.”
“Well, said Balin, I see well I must have ado with you, that me forthinketh for to grieve King Arthur, or any of his court; and your quarrel is full simple, said Balin, unto me, for the lady that is dead, did me great damage, and else would I have been loath as any knight that liveth for to slay a lady.”
“I will not have ado with you, for me forthinketh of that I have done.”
“Sir, said Balin, me forthinketh of your displeasure, for this same lady was the untruest lady living, and by enchantment and sorcery she hath been the destroyer of many good knights, and she was causer that my mother was burnt, through her falsehood and treachery.”
“Then Launcelot was right heavy of it, and said: Sir, me forthinketh the death of your daughter, for she was a full fair lady, fresh and young.”
“God have mercy on her soul, said Sir Percivale, it sore forthinketh me; but all we must change the life.”
“Now, God have mercy on her soul, said Sir Percivale, it sore forthinketh me; but all we must change the life.”
“Launcelot was right heavy of it, and said: Sir, me forthinketh the death of your daughter, for she was a full fair lady, fresh and young.”
“In the name of God, said the king, me forthinketh of what I have said, for your brother is here within.”
“And so it forthinketh me a little, for I have loved them as well as my life, wherefore it shall grieve me right sore, the departition of this fellowship: for I have had an old custom to have them in my fellowship.”
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