gangen etymology

Middle English word gangen comes from Proto-Germanic *gāną (To go, to walk.), Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰengʰ-, Old English ræde

Detailed word origin of gangen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*gāną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To go, to walk.
*ǵʰengʰ- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to step, walk, to walk, step
ræde Old English (ang) Ready, prompt, prepared; ready to ride, mounted (on a horse). Simple, plain. Skilled.
ġegān Old English (ang)
gan Old English (ang) To go.
*ganganą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To go, walk, step.
redi Middle English (enm)
rædi Middle English (enm)
ganga Old Norse (non) To go, walk.
igon Middle English (enm)
steady English (eng) To stabilize something; to prevent from shaking. Constant in feeling, purpose, or pursuit; not fickle, changeable, or wavering; not easily moved or persuaded to alter a purpose; resolute.. Firm in standing or position; not tottering or shaking; fixed; firm.. Regular and even.. Slow.. Smooth and not bumpy or with obstructions. (informal) A prostitute's regular customer.. (informal) A regular [...]
gangan Old English (ang) To go. To turn out.
gangen Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as gangen

Descendants of *gāną
begon bigon forgan forgon forthgoing forthgon gan gang gon gong gongen goon igon misgang ofgon outgon overgon togon umbegon upgang upgon withgon þurhgon ȝegan
Descendants of *ǵʰengʰ-
genge gyng gynge ingang outgang oxegang umbegang umbegangen umgang
Descendants of ræde
iredi redi redy rædi rædiȝ