goen

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See also: Goen, gön, and göṅ

Luxembourgish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old High German gān, gēn, from Proto-Germanic *gāną. The 2nd and 3rd persons singular of the present have -ee- from northern Old High German -ei-, in keeping with the Proto-Germanic irregular conjugation. The same alternation is found throughout Central Franconian as well as in Limburgish and Low German. The infinitive is from gān, while the other present forms are from gēn. This latter alternation is confined to westernmost Moselle Franconian.

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Verb[edit]

goen (third-person singular present geet, preterite goung or gung, past participle gaang or gaangen, past subjunctive géing or ging, auxiliary verb sinn)

  1. to go

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