Barbie Latza Nadeau on three newly named suspects—and whether Benedict will forgive his butler.
It only shows, once again, that Jalics has indeed decided to forgive Bergoglio for whatever he did and that he wants to move on.
As soon as she woke up, she looked squarely into the mirror and said out loud: “Kitty, I forgive you.”
Any glitches in the arrangements were easy to forgive against a backdrop of rubble.
Mr. Blair will not say sorry and the British public will not forgive him.
forgive what I am about to say—but you will see yourself that it is a point I am compelled not to neglect.
forgive the transports of a blessing so unexpected, so unhoped for, so unthought of!
Perhaps it was not herself whom she felt she never could forgive.
"forgive me, Captain Alick; I did not mean it," replied the fair maiden.
"Surely you will forgive me," he began in fear, lest he had offended.
Old English forgiefan "give, grant, allow; forgive," also "to give up" and "to give in marriage;" from for- "completely" + giefan "give" (see give).
The modern sense of "to give up desire or power to punish" is from use of the compound as a Germanic loan-translation of Latin perdonare (cf. Old Saxon fargeban, Dutch vergeven, German vergeben, Gothic fragiban; see pardon). Related: Forgave; forgiven; forgiving.