gewealcan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *ga- ‎(perfective prefix) + *walkaną ‎(to twist, turn, roll about, stomp, full), from Proto-Indo-European *wolg-, *welg- ‎(to bend, twist, run, roll). Cognate with Old High German walchan ‎(to full, press), Old Norse valka ‎(to wander about), Old English weallian ‎(to roam about, ramble).

Verb[edit]

ġewealcan

  1. To go, traverse.
  2. To roll; roll together; press together.

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