verb (used with object), for·did, for·done, for·do·ing. Archaic.
- ford, gerald rudolph,
- ford, henry,
- ford, john,
- fordyce's spots,
- fore and aft,
- fore clipping
Origin of fordo
Examples from the Web for fordo
Me forthinketh, said King Pellinore, that this shall me betide, but God may fordo well destiny.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II)|Thomas Malory
The wolf is the devil, who lies in ambush about God's church, and watches how he may fordo the souls of christian men with sins.
Forsooth this is a shameful custom of a lady, and if I had not a great matter in my hand I should fordo your evil customs.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)|Thomas Malory