Definition of forbye in English:

forbye

Line breaks: for¦bye
Pronunciation: /fəˈbʌɪ
 
, fɔː-/
(also forby)

adverb & preposition

archaic or Scottish
In addition; besides: [as preposition]: no doubt he had many a sin on his soul, forbye murder
More example sentences
  • Let's not forget, forbye, that the young Jack Nicklaus had a John Daly-style physique, though happily for his trophy lounge, he also had a rather less colourful recreational programme and later an elegant missus who monitored his diet.

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