Through the influence of iam prdem both verbs have the force of eng.
Dictionary, 759 seq.; and more completely in his Principles of eng.
In the first place, is went is a common phrase in Chaucer; cf. German er ist gegangen, and eng.
Mr. eng shook hands with all the cabin party, and went ashore.
Thorpe, in his edition of Florence of Worcester, for the eng.
They had an ice-chest on board, and Mr. eng had replenished it at Simujan.
Ne beo &c.: nec aliud faciatis in die dominico nisi sacerdotibus meis seruiatis, An eng.
Slave trade, begun by Europe, brutality of, 5;maintained by eng.
She had been seen or heard as she approached; and the whole village was on the shore, including Mr. eng.
The Swedish form is gatlopp, in which gat is cognate with eng.