Fortee meaning

(obsolete) To draw away (to evil, sin, etc.); seduce.
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Origin of fortee

  • From Middle English forteen, from Old English fortēon (“to mislead, seduce; draw over, cover, obscure”), equivalent to for- +‎ tee. Cognate with West Frisian fortsjen (“to move out, depart”), German verziehen (“to warp, stretch, spoil, move away”).
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