randonner

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French randonner, from Old French randonner (to run headlong), from randon, a derivative of Old French randir (to run), from Old Frankish *rand (a course; running), from Proto-Germanic *randijō (running). More at rin, ren, run.

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randonner

  1. to hike, trek, walk around

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