- mankamin' ny, mankao, mankary, mankeny, mankeo, mankeroa, mankery, miesotra, mihisatra
|Jereo koa : Wend|
- Hirahiran'ankizy: -ɛnd
Endrika:etyl wenden from Endrika:etyl wendan "to turn, go", causative of windan "to wind". Akin to Endrika:etyl wenda, Endrika:etyl wendian, Endrika:etyl (Venda) (Danish (Vende)), German (Wenden) and Gothic (𐍅𐌰𐌽𐌳𐌾𐌰𐌽).
- Endrika:transitive To go or proceed along some course or way.
- We wended our weary way westward
- to direct (oneself), pursue one's way
The modern past tense of (Wend) is (Wended). Originally it was (Went). However, (Went) has come to be the past tense of (Go), and using it as the past tense of (Wend) is now considered archaic.
- Wend, wend,