dwalen

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From Middle Dutch dwalen, from Old Dutch *dwalon, from Proto-Germanic *dwalōną. Cognate with Old Saxon dwalon, Old High German twalon, Old Frisian dwalia.

This verb originally belonged to weak class 2, but merged with the strong verb dwelen in Middle Dutch, from Old Dutch dwelan, from Proto-Germanic *dwelaną. This verb has cognates in Old Saxon dwelan, Old High German twelan, Old English dwelan.

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dwalen (past singular dwaalde, past participle gedwaald)

  1. to stray, wander

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