bigon etymology

Middle English word bigon comes from Old English butan (Except for, but, unless Without, except.), Old English gān

Detailed word origin of bigon

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
butan Old English (ang) Except for, but, unless Without, except.
gān Old English (ang)
began Old English (ang) To bego, go over, traverse; get to, come by, fall into. To go to, visit, care for, cultivate, affect. To occupy, inhabit, dwell, surround, besiege, overrun. To practise, do, engage in, perform, commit, exercise, attend to, be diligent about, honor, serve, worship, profess; pledge, devote, train oneself.
bigon Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as bigon

Descendants of butan
aboute boute but buten
Descendants of gān
begon forgan forgon forthgoing forthgon gan gang gangen gon gong gongen goon igon misgang ofgon outgon overgon togon umbegon upgang upgon withgon þurhgon ȝegan