randir

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Germanic, from Frankish *randijan ‎(to run, race, speed), from *rand, *rant ‎(a race, running), from Proto-Germanic *randijō ‎(running), from Proto-Indo-European *ren- ‎(to rise and sink, bob). Cognate with Old Dutch rinnan ‎(to go, run, race), Old High German rennen ‎(to run fast, hunt, drive, put in motion). More at run.

Verb[edit]

randir

  1. to run; to run quickly or impetuously
  2. to gallop

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