Anything Obscure & Eclectic



adv. — immediately, at once, without delay

fm. the Middle English preposition forth mid, as in to go forth + mid, from the Germanic mit, meaning with

first published. 1461

inspiration. know thyself, or at least the words you’re using in your website’s header

Where the naked letter is not easy for some to understand, I expound…before the letter, or after, or else forthwith together.
—John Henry Blunt, The Mirror of Our Lady: Containing a Devotional Treatise on Divine Service, with Translation of the Offices Used by the Sisters of the Brigittine Monastery of Sion, at Isleworth, during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 1530

…now that’s a title

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