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- v. Simple past of go; went.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Went; walked; proceeded.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See yede.
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She learned French, German, and Russian, learned to yode a skill she later used to entertain guests at parties, and studied the roles of Sarah Bernhardt.
Sped and to grave yards with their hoardings yode:
Then she yode up into a tower over the gate, with great torchlight.
And when Sir Launcelot had done this, he yode unto the damosel and said, Damosel, I am ready to go with you where ye will have me, but I have no horse.
Anon as the king wist that, he took the queen in his hand, and yode unto Sir Launcelot, and said: Sir, grant mercy of your great travail that ye have had this day for me and for my queen.
And then they yode both on foot to them, and bade them yield them, and tell their names outher they should die.
So then they rode into their pavilions; and when they were alighted they unarmed them and washed their faces and hands, and so yode unto meat, and were set at their table.
Fair brother, I left him asleep when that I from him yode, under an apple-tree, and what is become of him I cannot tell you.
And when the king was alighted off his horse he yode straight unto Sir Launcelot's chamber and there he found his daughter, and then the king embraced Sir Launcelot in his arms, and either made other good cheer.
Yet I would, or we yode,  one gave us a song.
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