Used to indicate the duration of a course of action or state of being, especially pregnancy; pregnant
From Middle English gon, igon, gan, ȝegan, from Old English gān, ġegān, from Proto-Germanic *gānaz ("gone"), past participle of *gāną. Cognate with West Germanic Scots gane ("gone"), West Frisian gien ("gone"), Low German gahn ("gone"), Dutch gegaan ("gone") and German gegangen ("gone").
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