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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse .

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ɡɔː/, [ɡ̊ɔːˀ], [ɡ̊ɔ]
  • (file)

VerbEdit

  1. To go.
    Jeg vil gerne have du går væk.
    I would like you to go away.
  2. To walk.
  3. Imperative of .

ConjugationEdit


Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse ganga. The infinitive and present tense conjugation of the verb do not correspond with the Old Norse conjugation of ganga (compare with the Old Norse conjugation) and may be influenced by East Norse variants or Low German gan.

VerbEdit

  1. To walk, go.
    OK, da kan dere hjem.
    Ok, you're free to go home.
    Går du til skolen eller tar du bussen?
    Do you walk to school or do you take the bus?
    til fots.
    Go by foot.
  2. To work (function), run, to be possible.
    Det gikk visst ikke så bra.
    It didn't go too well.
    Det går ikke å fikse motoren.
    I can't fix the engine.
    Motoren går fint.
    The engine runs smoothly.
  3. To be alright, in order
    Går det bra med deg?
    Are you alright?
    Går alt bra her?
    Is everything alright here?
  4. To fit
    Hvilket slips går best med denne skjorten, synes du?
    Which tie fits best with this shirt, do you think?
  5. Passing of time
    Etter som årene går.
    As the years goes by.

Derived termsEdit

SynonymsEdit

to walk, go
To work (function), run, to be possible.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit


Norwegian NynorskEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse ganga. The infinitive and present tense conjugation of the verb do not correspond with the Old Norse conjugation of ganga (compare with the Old Norse conjugation) and may be influenced by East Norse variants or Low German gan. The second paradigm lies much closer to the Old Norse paradigm.

VerbEdit

(present tense går; past tense gjekk; past participle gått; passive infinitive gåast; present participle gåande; imperative )

  1. walk, go.
    OK, då kan de heim.
    Ok, you're free to go home.
    Går du til skulen eller tek du bussen?
    Do you walk to school or do you take the bus?
    til fots.
    Go by foot.
  2. work (function), run, to be possible.
    Det gjekk visst ikkje så bra.
    It didn't go too well.
    Det går ikkje å fikse motoren.
    I can't fix the engine.
    Motoren går fint.
    The engine runs smoothly.
  3. be alright, in order
    Går det bra med deg?
    Are you alright?
    Går alt bra her?
    Is everything alright here?
  4. fit
    Kva slags slips går best med denne skjorta, synst du?
    Which tie fits best with this shirt, do you think?
  5. Passing of time
    Etter som åra går.
    As the years goes by.
Derived termsEdit
SynonymsEdit
to walk, go
To work (function), run, to be possible.

ReferencesEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Old Norse , akin to gaum, "attention."

VerbEdit

(present tense går, past tense gådde, past participle gådd/gått, passive infinitve gåast, present participle gåande, imperative )

  1. To feel, sense, be aware of
    Eg gådde det ikkje straks.
    I didn't noticed it right away.
    til/åt (noko).
    Notice something, be surprised.

ReferencesEdit


SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Old Norse ganga, via the older Swedish spelling gånga.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

  1. go, walk, stroll
    hem!
    Go home!
  2. go, leave
  3. go; to be given or allotted
  4. go; to extend between two points
  5. go; lead to
  6. go; elapse
  7. go; to start
    Klara, färdiga, !
    Get ready, get set, go!
  8. (with "till") go; resort to
    Måste ni till rätten med tvisten?
    Do you have to go to court with the dispute?
  9. go; change from one value to another
    Priserna har gått upp igen.
    The prices has gone up again.
  10. (with "till") go; to be spent
    Pengarna gick alla till öl.
    All the money went on beer.
  11. go; to be sold
  12. go; to fit or be compatible
    De där färgerna går inte ihop.
    Those colors don't go together.
  13. go; to be expressed or composed in a certain way
    Jag vet inte riktigt hur sången går sedan.
    I don't really know how the song goes after this.
  14. go; attend
    i skolan
    go to school
    på dans
    go to a dance
  15. go; to be in a state continuously
    Ingen ska behöva hungrig.
    Nobody should have to go hungry.
  16. go; circulate (about rumors, stories and contagious diseases)
  17. go; to stop functioning (about a mechanical or electric system)
  18. to cease flowing (about a flow of water or electricity)
  19. go; to proceed; work out, behave as anticipated (about a solution of a problem)
    Det går inte (att) göra så här
    It's not possible to do like this
    Det där går inte!
    That won't work!
  20. (about a mechanism or machine) go; work, run
    Min klocka går inte
    My clock doesn't work
  21. (about a card in a cardgame) go; be played
    Där gick ruterässet, så nu är min kung högst i den färgen.
    There the ace of diamonds went, so now my king is the highest in that suit.
  22. (colloquial) be allowed (as being deemed practically possible)
    Går det att jag tar med mig några kompisar hem efter skolan idag?
    May I bring home a couple of friends after school today?
  23. (with "med") be doing
    Hur går det med dina läxor? Är du klar med dem än?
    How's your homework doing? Are you yet finished with it?

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