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fordone

[fawr-duhn] /fɔrˈdʌn/
adjective, Archaic.
1.
exhausted with fatigue.
Also, foredone.
Origin
1580-1590
1580-90; past participle of fordo

fordo

[fawr-doo] /fɔrˈdu/
verb (used with object), fordid, fordone, fordoing. Archaic.
1.
to do away with; kill; destroy.
2.
to ruin; undo.
Also, foredo.
Origin
before 900; Middle English fordon, Old English fordōn (see fore-, do1); cognate with Dutch verdoen, Old High German fartuon
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British Dictionary definitions for fordone

fordo

/fɔːˈduː/
verb (transitive) (archaic) -does, -doing, -did, -done
1.
to destroy
2.
to exhaust
Word Origin
Old English fordōn; related to Old Saxon fardōn, Old High German fartuon, Dutch verdoen; see for-, do1
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