Definition for forgat (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), for·got or (Archaic) for·gat; for·got·ten or for·got; for·get·ting.
verb (used without object), for·got or (Archaic) for·gat; for·got·ten or for·got; for·get·ting.
Origin of forget
Related formsfor·get·ta·ble, adjectivefor·get·ter, nounun·for·get·ting, adjective
Examples from the Web for forgat
He forgat not his courtesy, but gave it into the hand of the maiden, and drew forth his good sword.The Romance of Morien|Jessie L. Weston
And they forgat the wind-swept ways And angry fords of the flitting-days.Poems by the Way|William Morris
Two packs of the king's good dogs did Guingamor take with him, and forgat not the bloodhound.Guingamor, Lanval, Tyolet, Bisclaveret|Marie De France
Yet did not the chief butler remember Joseph, but forgat him.
A very pestilent heretic, that Queen Mary should have burned, and forgat.Clare Avery|Emily Sarah Holt
British Dictionary definitions for forgat (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for forgat (2 of 2)
verb -gets, -getting or -got or -gotten or archaic, dialect -got
- to act in an improper manner
- to be unselfish
- to be deep in thought
Derived Formsforgettable, adjectiveforgetter, noun
Word Origin for forget
Idioms and Phrases with forgat
In addition to the idiom beginning with forget
- forget it
- forget oneself
- forgive and forget