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Proto-Germanic: *ginxti-z, *ganxti-z, *ganxtō; *ganga-z; *gangian- vb., *gangan- vb.; *gungVn- vb.; *gangia-n; *gangia-; *gangula-, *gangila-
Meaning: go
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gaŋgan st. `go'; *gaŋg n. `way'; *fram-gāht-s f. (i) `progress'; fɔra-gaŋgi n. (ja) `administration', *fɔra-gaŋgja m. (n) `steward'
Old Norse: gang-r `Gang'; ganga (gekk) red. `gehen'; gātt f. `Türöfnung, Türrahmen', gengi n. `Begleitung, Gefolge, Hilfe'; geng-r `gangbar, geläufig', gɔngul-l `der viel zu gehen hat'
Norwegian: ganga vb.; gang; gɔtt `Falz, Fuge im Rahmen'; gjenge
Old Swedish: gänge; gänger adj.
Swedish: gɔnga vb.; gɔng; dial. gɔt `Falz'
Old Danish: gange vb.; gang; gänge sbs.
Old English: -gīht `Gang'; gang `Gang'; gengan; gangan; genge `passend, geeignet'; gangol, gengel adj.
English: gang
Old Frisian: gong; gendze adj.
Old Saxon: gangan (gēng); gang; gigengi `Reihenfolge'
Middle Dutch: ganc; ganghen; genge, ginge, gange adj.
Dutch: gang m.
Old Franconian: gang
Old High German: gangan (giang) (8.Jh.); gang (8.Jh.); zi-gengen (um 1000); gengi `gangbar, gebräuchlich'; -gengil adj.
Middle High German: gangen st.; { gīht `Gang, Reise' }; ganc (-g-) st. m. `Gang'; gɛngen wk. 'gehŋ lasen; losgehen'
German: Gang m.
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