ingang etymology

Middle English word ingang comes from Proto-Germanic *ganganą (To go, walk, step.), Old English gang, Proto-Germanic *gangaz (Pace, step, gait. Walk. Way, course.)

Detailed word origin of ingang

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*ganganą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To go, walk, step.
gang Old English (ang) A company of people. Drain, privy. Going, journey, progress, track, footprint, flow, stream, way, passage, course, path. Occurrence; passage or lapse of time. Platform, stage, steps.
*gangaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Pace, step, gait. Walk. Way, course.
*innganganą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To go into, to enter.
*inngangaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A going in, entry, entrance.
ingang Old English (ang) A beginning, first step.. A going in or into, ingress, entrance, doorway.. An entrance fee, permission to enter, access.
ingang Middle English (enm) An entry, entrance. Permission granted for entry, admission.

Words with the same origin as ingang

Descendants of *ganganą
gang gangen genge gong gongen gyng gynge misgang outgang oxegang umbegang umbegangen umgang upgang