noun: 1. An initial attempt into a new activity or area; 2. A sudden raid, especially for taking plunder
verb tr.: To pillage
verb intr.:To make one’s way into a new activity or area

ETYMOLOGY: Probably a back-formation from forayer (raider), from Old French forrer (to forage). Earliest documented use: 1400.

FORPAY - why poeple work

FORRY - expression of regret despite a speech impediment

UFORAY - undefined but powerful weapon deployed by a flying saucer