[fawr-in treyd, for-] /ˈfɔr ɪn ˈtreɪd, ˈfɒr-/
[fawr-juhj, fohr-] /fɔrˈdʒʌdʒ, foʊr-/ verb (used with object), forejudged, forejudging. 1. to beforehand; prejudge. [fawr-juhj, fohr-] /fɔrˈdʒʌdʒ, foʊr-/ verb (used with object), forejudged, forejudging. 1. . /fɔːˈdʒʌdʒ/ verb 1. to judge (someone or an event, circumstance, etc) before the facts are known; prejudge /fɔːˈdʒʌdʒ/ verb 1. (law) a variant spelling of forjudge
[fawr-noh, fohr-] /fɔrˈnoʊ, foʊr-/ verb (used with object), foreknew, foreknown, foreknowing. 1. to know beforehand. /fɔːˈnəʊ/ verb -knows, -knowing, -knew, -known 1. (transitive) to know in advance
[fawr-nol-ij, fohr-, fawr-nol-ij, fohr-] /ˈfɔrˌnɒl ɪdʒ, ˈfoʊr-, fɔrˈnɒl ɪdʒ, foʊr-/ noun 1. of something before it exists or happens; prescience: Did you have any foreknowledge of the scheme? n. 1530s, from fore- + knowledge. Cf. foreknow “to know beforehand” (late 14c.).
- Foreknowledge of god
Acts 2:23; Rom. 8:29; 11:2; 1 Pet. 1:2), one of those high attributes essentially appertaining to him the full import of which we cannot comprehend. In the most absolute sense his knowledge is infinite (1 Sam. 23:9-13; Jer. 38:17-23; 42:9-22, Matt. 11:21, 23; Acts 15:18).