From Middle English forbode, forbod, from Old English forbod (“a forbidding, prohibition”), from Proto-Germanic *furbudą (“prohibition”), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰewdʰ- (“to be awake, fully perceive”). Cognate with Dutch verbod, German Verbot, Danish forbud, Swedish förbud. More at forbid.
- obsolete simple past tense of forbid.
From Middle English, from Old English forbēad/forbudon, past tense forms of forbēodan (“to forbid”). More at forbid.
(third-person singular simple present forbodes, present participle forboding, simple past and past participle forboded)
From Middle English foreboden, from Old English forebodian (“to announce, declare”), equivalent to fore- + bode.