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Dutch

Pronunciation

(inflection) singular plural
noun weg wegen
diminutive wegje, weggetje wegjes, weggetjes


Noun

weg m. (plural wegen)

  1. way, road

Derived terms

Adverb

weg

  1. gone, disappeared, away

Derived terms


German

Etymology

From the noun Weg

Pronunciation

Adverb

weg

  1. away

Old English

Etymology

Common Germanic *wegaz, from Indo-European *u̯eg̑h-.

Germanic cognates: Old Saxon weg (Dutch weg), Old High German weg (German Weg), Old Norse vegr (Swedish väg), Gothic 𐍅𐌹𐌲𐍃.

Indo-European cognates: Latin vehere.

Pronunciation

Noun

weġ m. (plural: wegas)

  1. path, road, way

Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *wegaz, whence also Old English weg, Old Norse vegr

Noun

weg m

  1. way

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