Fore can mean:

  • Fore School of Management
  • Fore (people), a highland people of Papua New Guinea
  • Fore (golf), a warning yelled by golfers
  • Fore Abbey, an abbey in Ireland
  • Fore, County Westmeath a village beside Fore Abbey
  • Fore River (Maine), a river
  • Fore!, the 4th album by Huey Lewis and the News
  • The bow of a ship, the front
  • The fourth studio album by the band Pegboy

Famous quotes containing the word fore:

    It was the most wild and desolate region we had camped in, where, if anywhere, one might expect to meet with befitting inhabitants, but I heard only the squeak of a nighthawk flitting over. The moon in her first quarter, in the fore part of the night, setting over the bare rocky hills garnished with tall, charred, and hollow stumps or shells of trees, served to reveal the desolation.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)