Talk:behave

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Chambers 1908 etymology disagrees with ours[edit]

They say: "formed, according to Dr Murray, in 15th century from be- and have; apparently unconnected with A.S. [= Anglo-Saxon, i.e. Old English] behabban". Whether Dr Murray was right I do not personally know. Equinox 05:18, 12 July 2018 (UTC)