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Ancestors, predecessors —i.e. those born before the present generation. (Anglo-Saxon, fór-béran.)
“My name is Græme, so please you,—Roland Græme, whose forbears were designated of Heathergill, in the Debateable Land.” —Sir W. Scott: The Abbot, chap. xviii.
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