From Proto-Indo-Iranian *gasĉáti, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷm̥sḱéti, a present tense formation of the root *gʷem-. Cognates include Avestan 𐬘𐬀𐬨𐬀𐬌𐬙𐬌 (jamaiti), Latin veniō, Ancient Greek βαίνω (baínō), Old English cuman (English come).
गच्छति • (gácchati) (class 1 present, root गम्)
- to go, move, go away, set out, come
- I do not want to go.
c. 400 BCE
, Bhagavad Gītā
- अप्राप्य योगसंसिद्धिं कां गतिं कृष्ण गच्छति॥
- aprāpya yogasaṃsiddhiṃ kāṃ gatiṃ kṛṣṇa gacchati.
- If he hasn't attained perfection in yoga, Krishna, on what path does he go?
- to go to or towards, approach
- to go or pass (as time)
- to fall to the share of
- to go against with hostile intentions, attack
- to decease, die
- to approach carnally, have sexual intercourse with
- to go to any state or condition, undergo, partake of, participate in, receive, obtain