"Plenty ob water on fora'd dar," said Cyd, pointing to the forecastle, which was often submerged in the heavy billows.
For the fora at Rome, see Rome: Archaeology, and works quoted.
The fora and atria were overcrowded with bronze and marble statues and groups.
Of the edifices and monuments which adorned the fora, only a slight sketch can be given here.
The name of fora was given to places where the people assembled for the transaction of business.
France does not claim me fora citizen; neither do I set up any claim of citizenship in France.
Hald hjam alond jow wåldich biste vm ra wither honk to fora.
fora long time they toiled in silence, in the faint hope that life still remained in the apparently dead body.
fora moment they did not move, struck motionless with surprise, while we stood over them, pistols in hand.
mid-15c., "place of assembly in ancient Rome," from Latin forum "marketplace, open space, public place," apparently akin to foris, foras "out of doors, outside," from PIE root *dhwer- (see door). Sense of "assembly, place for public discussion" first recorded 1680s.