Definitions

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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of go.

Etymologies

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From go +‎ -est, the archaic second-person singular tense suffix.

Examples

  • With trepidation Ailbe will salute Patrick and say, 'I have had converse with Our Lord, and He bade me to tell thee to leave behind ere thou goest before Him all who have wrought evil in their lives.'

    St Berthold's Feast Day. . . .

  • With trepidation Ailbe will salute Patrick and say, 'I have had converse with Our Lord, and He bade me to tell thee to leave behind ere thou goest before Him all who have wrought evil in their lives.'

    St Patrick's Day

  • We now must, rather, follow Ruth's words to her mother-in-law Naomi: "Whither thou goest, I will go."

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

  • This is what is implied by the watchword, "Whither thou goest, I will go."

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

  • In fact, her words to her mother-in-law Naomi at the death of her first husband, "whither thou goest, I will go," have become proverbial for conversion.

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

  • In fact, her words to her mother-in-law Naomi at the death of her first husband, "whither thou goest, I will go," have become proverbial for conversion.

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

  • “As it says in the Book of Ruth, Whither thou goest, I will go.”

    The Omega Theory

  • I think more than one of your tallies are wrong, e.g., “only Kennedy was born West of the Mississippi” (Breyer was born in SF); “2 jews, 2 catholics” (currently 2 jews and 6 catholics, that will be 3 jews with Kagan and back to 2 when Ginsburg goest next); etc. Hauk: The inimitable Saul Steinberg.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A New York Court?

  • This is what is implied by the watchword, "Whither thou goest, I will go."

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

  • We now must, rather, follow Ruth's words to her mother-in-law Naomi: "Whither thou goest, I will go."

    Robert Eisenman: Abrahamic Conversion

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