Old English edit

Etymology edit

From ā (ever) +‎ (to) +‎ fēore (life), dative of feorh (life, existence).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ɑː toː ˈfe͜oː.re/

Adverb edit

ā tō fēore

  1. for evermore

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See also edit

  • ēċe (eternally, perpetually, evermore)
  • on ealdre (ever)
  • singale (ever, continually, constantly)
  • singales (ever, continually, constantly)
  • symble (always, continuously, constantly)
  • tō ealdre (always)

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