- Obs. lost, ruined, or undone
- Old Poet. forsaken, forlorn, bereft, or desolate
Origin of lornMiddle English ; from Old English loren, past participle of leosan (see lose): the change of s to r is due to Verner's law
Origin of lornMiddle English, from Old English -loren, past participle of -l&emacron;osan, to lose (as in forl&emacron;osan, to lose); see leu- in Indo-European roots.
Past participle of lese.