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EtymologyEdit

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.

VerbEdit

randir

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

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