Account for the second -r in forlorn; and for the y in ycleped.
A huge vehicle, ycleped the ark of Noah, closed the procession.
But an oblong bit of iron, ycleped a bolt, was passed across the door on the inside, and prevented her benign intentions.
The thing of legs and arms, ycleped Frank, watched my outgoings from the hotel.
"to call; to name" (archaic), from Old English cleopian, clipian "to speak, call; summon, invoke; implore."