For*go" (?), v. t.
[imp. Forwent; p. p.
Forgone; p. pr. & vb. n. Forgoing.]
[OE. forgan, forgon, forgoon, AS. forgān,
prop., to go past, hence, to abstain from; pref. for- +
gān to go; akin to G. vergehen to pass away, to
transgress. See Go, v. i.] To pass by;
to leave. See 1st Forego.
For sith [since] I shall forgoon my liberty Chaucer.
At your request.
And four [days] since Florimell the court
☞ This word in spelling has been confused with, and almost
superseded by, forego to go before. Etymologically the form
forgo is correct.