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Proto-Germanic: *gē-
Meaning: go
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: CrimGot geen `ire'
Old Norse: [gā < ostskand. gā]
Old Swedish:
Swedish:
Danish:
Old English: gān
English: go
Old Frisian: OWFris gān
Old Saxon: -gān
Middle Dutch: gaen
Dutch: gaan
Old Franconian: gān
Middle Low German: gān
Old High German: gān (8. Jh.), prs. gām, gās(t), gāt etc.; gēn (8. Jh.), prs. gēm, gēs(t), gēt
Middle High German: gān, gēn an. v. 'gehn'
German: gehen
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