One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To bore through, perforate.
Old English; earliest use found in Alexander's Letter to Aristotle. Cognate with or formed similarly to West Frisian trochboarje, Middle Dutch dōrebōren (Dutch doorboren), Middle Low German dörchbōren, Old High German duruhborōn (Middle High German durchborn, German durchbohren) from the Germanic base of through- + the Germanic base of bore.
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