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forgetive (adj) – (Archaic) Capable of imagining or inventing.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : At first glance forgetive looks like a derivative of forget, to be pronounced with a hard g, accented on the second syllable, and meaning something like ?forgetful.? It is, however, a coinage by Shakespeare, and appears in Henry IV, Part 2 (1596-99). Forgetive, obscure in its etymology and meaning, is usually interpreted as a derivation of the verb forge ?to beat into shape, form by hammering? and meaning ?creative, inventive.?