walken

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  • (file)

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walken (weak, third-person singular present walkt, past tense walkte, past participle gewalkt, auxiliary haben)

  1. to tan (in leather-making), to full, to walk (in felt-making)
  2. to knead
  3. (slang) to beat

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Middle Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Dutch *walkan, from Proto-Germanic *walkaną.

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walken

  1. to knead

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  • Dutch: walken

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Middle English[edit]

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From Old English wealcan, from Proto-Germanic *walkaną.

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walken (third-person singular simple present walketh, present participle walkende, first-/third-person singular past indicative welk, past participle walken)

  1. to roll, toss, journey about

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