1. Forward; onward in time; in advance; as from that day forth; from that time forth
2. Forward in place or order; as one, two, three, and so forth
3. Out; aboard; noting progression or advance from a state of confinement; as, the plants in spring put forth leaves.
When winter past, and summer scarce begun, invites them forth to labor in the sun.
4. Out; away; beyond the boundary of a place; as, send him forth of France. [Little Used.]
5. Out into public view, or public character. Your country calls you forth into its service.
6. Thoroughly; from beginning to end. obsolete
7. On to the end. obsolete
FORTH, preposition Out of.
From forth the streets of Pomfret.
Some forth their cabins peep.