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— English words —
  • go v. To move…
  • go v. (Intransitive, chiefly of a machine) To work or function (properly); to move or perform (as required).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To start; to begin (an action or process).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To take a turn, especially in a game.
  • go v. (Intransitive) To attend.
  • go v. To proceed…
  • go v. To follow or travel along (a path)…
  • go v. (Intransitive) To extend (from one point in time or space to another).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To lead (to a place); to give access to.
  • go v. (Copulative) To become. (The adjective that follows usually describes a negative state.)
  • go v. To assume the obligation or function of; to be, to serve as.
  • go v. (Intransitive, copulative) To continuously or habitually be in a state.
  • go v. (Copulative) To come to (a certain condition or state).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To change (from one value to another) in the meaning of wend.
  • go v. To turn out, to result; to come to (a certain result).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To tend (toward a result).
  • go v. To contribute to a (specified) end product or result.
  • go v. To pass, to be used up…
  • go v. (Intransitive) To die.
  • go v. (Intransitive, cricket) To be lost or out…
  • go v. To break down or apart…
  • go v. (Intransitive) To be sold.
  • go v. (Intransitive) To be discarded or disposed of.
  • go v. (Intransitive) To be given, especially to be assigned or allotted.
  • go v. (Transitive, intransitive) To survive or get by; to last or persist for a stated length of time.
  • go v. (Transitive, sports) To have a certain record.
  • go v. To be authoritative, accepted, or valid…
  • go v. To say (something), to make a sound…
  • go v. To be expressed or composed (a certain way).
  • go v. (Intransitive) To resort (to).
  • go v. To apply or subject oneself to…
  • go v. To fit (in a place, or together with something)…
  • go v. (Intransitive) To date.
  • go v. (Transitive) To (begin to) date or have sex with (a particular race).
  • go v. To attack…
  • go v. To be in general; to be usually; often in comparison to others of the same group.
  • go v. (Transitive) To take (a particular part or share); to participate in to the extent of.
  • go v. (Transitive) To yield or weigh.
  • go v. (Transitive, intransitive) To offer, bid or bet an amount; to pay.
  • go v. (Transitive, colloquial) To enjoy. (Compare go for.)
  • go v. (Intransitive, colloquial) To urinate or defecate.
  • go v. (Imperative) Expressing encouragement or approval.
  • go n. (Uncommon) The act of going.
  • go n. A turn at something, or in something (e.g. a game).
  • go n. An attempt, a try.
  • go n. An approval or permission to do something, or that which has been approved.
  • go n. An act; the working or operation.
  • go n. (Slang, dated) A circumstance or occurrence; an incident, often unexpected.
  • go n. (Dated) The fashion or mode.
  • go n. (Dated) Noisy merriment.
  • go n. (Slang, archaic) A glass of spirits; a quantity of spirits.
  • go n. (Uncountable) Power of going or doing; energy; vitality; perseverance.
  • go n. (Cribbage) The situation where a player cannot play a card which will not carry the aggregate count above thirty-one.
  • go n. A period of activity.
  • go n. (Obsolete, British slang) A dandy; a fashionable person.
  • go adj. (Postpositive, chiefly military and space flight) Working correctly and ready to commence operation;…
  • go n. (Board games) A strategic board game, originally from China and today also popular in Japan and Korea…
  • Go n. Alternative letter-case form of go (“strategic board game”).
  • Go prop.n. (Computer languages) A compiled, garbage-collected, concurrent programming language developed by Google.
  • GO prop.n. Abbreviation of Gorontalo, a province of Indonesia.
  • GO prop.n. Abbreviation of Goiás, a state of Brazil.
  • GO n. Initialism of graphene oxide.
  • g'ô n. Alternative spelling of gho.
  • -go- inf. (Pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affixes -got- and -gov-, used before…
  • G.O. prop.n. Abbreviation of General Order.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Alemannic german
    • go part. To (particle follows after verbs (such as go, come); placed before infinitive).
    • go prep. (Dated) to, towards (indicating a direction; nowaday often replaced by uf, nach).
    • go prep. To (used a verb preposition; in combination with verbs and often reduplicated. See particle for more).
    • go prep. (Used as an auxiliary time verb for perfect (tense) sentences; placed after verb sii (“being”) and causing…
    • go v. To go, to walk, step (movement/motion indicating starting point, direction, aim and purpose).
    • go v. To go away, walk away , step away.
    • go v. To enter; to step in(side), walk in(side), step in(side) (+ inne (“in(side)”) (ine (“id”)); a room…
    • go v. To be in motion, to work.
    • go v. To flow (indicating flow direction of a river, stream, creek).
  • Apinayé
  • Arigidi
    • go adj. Tall.
  • Basque
    • -go suff. Alternative form of -ko.
  • Cebuano
    • Go prop.n. A surname.
  • Czech - Hungarian
    • go n. (Board games) go.
  • Danish
    • v. To bark, to bay.
    • go' adj. Eye dialect spelling of god.
  • Esperanto
    • go n. The name of the Latin-script letter G/g.
    • ĝo n. The name of the Latin-script letter Ĝ/ĝ.
  • Faroese
    • n. Tenosynovitis.
  • Finnish
    • go n. Go (game).
  • Gokana
  • Indonesian
    • go n. (Board games) A strategic board game, originally from China, in which two players (black and white)…
  • Irish
    • go conj. That (used to introduce a subordinate clause).
    • go conj. Used to introduce a subjunctive hortative.
    • go conj. Until, till.
    • go prep. To (with places), till, until.
    • go part. Used to make temporary state adverbs and predicative adjectives.
  • Iu mien
    • go adj. Far, distant.
  • Japanese
    • go rom. Rōmaji transcription of ご.
    • go rom. Rōmaji transcription of ゴ.
    • rom. Rōmaji transcription of ごう.
    • rom. Rōmaji transcription of ごう.
    • -go rom. Rōmaji transcription of ご.
    • go- rom. Rōmaji transcription of ご.
    • -gō rom. Rōmaji transcription of ごう.
  • Kamkata-viri
  • Lashi
    • det. Other.
    • part. Marks the subject of the sentence as plural.
  • Lhao vo
    • go n. Shield.
  • Maltese
    • ġo prep. Contracted form of ġewwa.
  • Middle english
    • go v. Alternative form of gon (“to go”).
  • Navajo
    • -go suff. (Adverbial suffix) since, because, when, during, while, being, -ly.
  • Northern sami
    • go conj. When.
    • go conj. When, as.
    • go conj. Since, because.
    • go conj. (In comparisons) than.
    • -go part. Introduces a yes-no question.
  • Ojibwe
    • go part. Emphasis marker.
  • Old norse
    • v. First/third-person singular past active indicative of geyja, third-person plural past active indicative of geyja.
  • Pali
    • go n. Cow, ox, bull.
    • -go adj. Nominative singular masculine of -ga (“going”).
  • Pijin
    • go v. To go; to leave; to go to; to go toward.
  • Polish
    • go pron. Genitive/accusative singular mute of on.
    • go pron. Genitive singular mute of ono.
    • go n. Go.
  • Romansch
  • Serbo-croatian
    • go adj. (Bosnia, Serbia) naked, nude, bare.
  • Sranan tongo
    • go v. To go.
  • Tagalog
    • Go prop.n. A surname from Min Nan of Chinese origin.
  • Tok pisin
    • go v. Go, leave.
  • Tyap
    • go v. To maintain, nurture, incubate.
  • Venetian
    • go v. First-person singular present indicative of gaver.
  • Vietnamese
    • go n. (Northern Vietnam) gills.
    • go n. Woof, weft.
    • n. Mound, knoll.
    • n. (Obsolete) island.
    • v. To bend, to curve.
    • n. Billycan.
    • v. To hit with the side of the fist, with the knuckles, with the fingertips, or with a short stick, in…
    • v. (Medicine) to percuss.
    • gỗ n. Wood, timber.
    • gờ n. A raised line or part on the surface of something.
    • gờ n. (Informal) The name of the Latin-script letter G/g.
    • gỡ v. To disengage, to detach.
    • gở adj. Unlucky, unfortunate.
  • Volapük
    • go adv. Absolutely.
  • Welsh
    • go adv. Pretty, a bit, fairly.
    • go- pref. Under.
    • go- pref. Rather, somewhat, partly, next to.
  • Westrobothnian
    • go adj. Excellent.
    • go adj. (Neuter, adverbially).
    • go adj. Able.
    • go adj. Tasty.
    • go adj. Easily done.
    • go adj. Friendly, honest.
    • go adv. Well, good.
  • Yola
    • go v. Alternative form of goeth (“goes”).
    • go v. Alternative form of goe (“to go”).
  • Yoruba
    • go v. To cover or put something in a coop; usually referring to birds.
    • go v. (Oǹdó, Ifẹ̀, Ìkálẹ̀) to be tall.
  • Zhuang
    • go Used with plants.
    • go n. Song.
    • go n. Elder brother.
    • go n. Male relative outside of one’s nuclear family, of the same generation, and older than oneself; brother-in-law…
    • go part. Used sentence-finally to express certainty or decisiveness.
— English words, defined in German —
  • go V. Gehen, sich fortbewegen: gehen, fahren, fliegen…
  • go V. Go by (something): mit (etwas) fahren/fliegen.
  • go V. Go by (X): (X) heißen, unter dem Namen (X) gehen / bekannt sein.
  • go V. Gehen, weggehen: einen Ort oder eine Zusammenkunft verlassen.
  • go V. Befehlsform (Imperativ) bei Rennen, Wettkämpfen: los!
— English words, defined in Dutch —
  • go w. Onovergankelijk gaan.
  • go w. Onovergankelijk vertrekken.
— English word, defined in Latin —
  • go v. √ eo (ire, ivi, itum) ||.
— English words, defined in French —
  • go v. Aller.
  • go v. Se rendre.
  • go v. (Absolument) Commencer une action. Note d’usage : Souvent utilisé à l’impératif.
  • go v. Être exprimé, être composé (de telle manière).
  • go n. (Jeux) Tour.
  • go n. Essai (de faire quelque chose).
  • go n. Approbation.
  • go n. (Jeux) Go.
  • Go n. (Jeux) Variante orthographique de go.
  • Go n.prop. Go, langage de programmation concurrente développé par Google.
— English words, defined in Spanish —
  • go v. Andar, marchar, caminar.
  • go v. Ir.
  • go v. Irse, marcharse, partir.
  • go v. Ir, llegar, alcanzar.
  • go v. Comenzar, iniciar, arrancar.
  • go v. Recorrer.
  • go v. Ser para, ir a, adjudicarse a.
  • go v. Pasar el tiempo.
  • go v. Desaparecer, desvanecerse.
  • go v. Descartarse, eliminarse.
  • go v. Descomponerse, pudrirse.
  • go v. Venderse.
  • go v. Funcionar, marchar una máquina.
  • go v. Volverse, tornarse.
  • go v. Entrar, caber.
  • go v. Ser lícito o permitido.
  • go v. Ser válido.
  • go v. Estar libre o vacante.
  • go v. Ser compatible, pegar.
  • go v. Contribuir, ayudar, aportar a un resultado.
  • go v. Repasar.
  • go v. Hacer las necesidades biológicas, ir al baño.
  • go v. Marchar.
  • go v. Repartir.
  • go v. Apostar.
  • go v. Rendir, producir.
  • go v. Seguir un camino o curso.
  • go v. Ofrecer un importe.
  • go v. Decir.
  • go v. Hacer, producir un sonido, emitir su voz característica un animal.
  • go v. Disfrutar, aprovechar.
  • go v. Atacar.
  • go interj. Turno.
  • go interj. Intento.
  • go interj. Aprobación, autorización.
  • go interj. Micción.
  • go interj. Se emplea para iniciar un juego o competencia. ¡Ya!, ¡ahora!, ¡fuera!, ¡vamos!
  • go interj. Se emplea para infundir ánimo. ¡Vamos!, ¡adelante!
  • go s. Go (juego).
— English words, defined in Portuguese —
  • go interj. Vai!
  • go interj. Comecem!, partir! (principalmente no começo de uma disputa).
  • go v. Ir.
  • go v. Partir.
  • go v. Combinar.
  • go v. Sair.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • go s. (Raro) l’atto dell’andare.
  • go s. (Gioco) turno.
  • go s. Prova.
  • go s. Esprime approvazione o il permesso di fare qualcosa.
  • go s. Andare.
  • go s. Andarsene.
  • go s. Procedere.
  • go s. Diventare.
  • go v. Vado.
  • go v. Vai.
  • go v. Andiamo.
  • go v. Andate.
  • go v. Vanno.
— In German —
  • Go S. Strategisches Brettspiel aus Ostasien.
  • GO Abk. Geschäftsordnung.
— In Dutch —
  • go n. (Spel) Japans bordspel.
  • go tuss. (Suriname) uitroep waarmee een snelheidswedstrijd wordt gestart.
— In French —
  • go n.m. Jeu de stratégie d’origine chinoise et qui se joue à deux joueurs.
  • go n.m. (Anglicisme) Top départ.
  • go n.f. (Côte d’Ivoire) (France) Petite amie.
  • go n.f. (Côte d’Ivoire) (Cameroun) (Par extension) Jeune fille.
  • go interj. (Sport) (Anglicisme) Partez !
  • go v. (Familier) Aller.
  • Go n.prop.m. (Informatique) Langage de programmation développé par Google.
  • GO n. Employé d’un centre de loisirs, chargé d’organiser les animations.
  • GO n.f. (Radiodiffusion) Grandes ondes.
— In Spanish —
  • go s. Juego de tablero de origen chino, en que dos jugadores intentan…
— In Portuguese —
  • go s. Jogo de tabuleiro originário da China.
— In Italian —
  • go s. (Gioco) antico gioco da tavola strategico cinese a due giocatori…
497 English words from 161 English definitions

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53 English words from 92 foreign definitions

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5 foreign words from 161 English definitions

bet␣an gaver has␣been nach sii

189 foreign words from 92 foreign definitions

Absolument alcanzar Aller amie Andar andare Andate Andiamo Anglicisme ánimo antico aportar Apostar approvazione Aprobación aprovechar arrancar Atacar atto aus autorización ayudar baño Befehlsform bei bekannt biológicas bordspel Brettspiel caminar camino característica centre␣de␣loisirs chargé chinoise cinese Combinar Comecem começo Comenzar competencia composé concurrente Contribuir Côte curso Decir départ Desaparecer Descartarse Descomponerse desvanecerse deux développé Disfrutar disputa d’origine d’usage eine einen eliminarse emitir emplea Entrar Esprime Essai Estar être etwas exprimé fahren Familier fille fliegen fortbewegen Funcionar gaan gehen Geschäftsordnung giocatori gioco Grandes␣ondes Hacer heißen impératif Imperativ importe Informatique infundir iniciar intentan Intento Irse ivi Ivoire Jeu Jeu␣de␣stratégie Jeune␣fille Jeux Jogo Jogo␣de␣tabuleiro joue joueurs juego jugadores langage lícito llegar loisirs los manière máquina marchar marcharse Micción mit Namen necesidades oder Ofrecer Onovergankelijk origen originário origine orthographique Ostasien Par␣extension Partez partir Pasar pegar permesso permitido Petite␣amie principalmente Procedere producir programmation Prova pudrirse qualcosa quelque quelque␣chose qui Recorrer Rendir Rennen Repartir Repasar resultado Sair Seguir Se␣rendre snelheidswedstrijd sonido Souvent Spel strategico stratégie Strategisches tablero tabuleiro tavola telle tiempo Top␣départ tornarse turno uitroep uma una une unter utilisé vacante Vado válido Vanno Variante Venderse verlassen vertrekken Volverse voz waarmee weggehen Wettkämpfen wordt Zusammenkunft

6340 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

goa Goa GOA Goα G.O.A. G.␣O.␣A. gob god God GOD god- goe Goe GOE GoF GOF gog Gog Goh GoH GOH goi Goi GoI goll gom gon -gon gon' gon- goo Goo goo' gop GOP GOQ GoS GOS got GoT GOT -got- gov GOV gov. Gov. -gov- gow Gow Gow. +6289 words

12823 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

agoe agog -agog agon CGOs egos EGOT GGOs Igoe Igor IGOs Igou Ngos NGOs PGOs ygoe ygot afgod agoge agogo à␣gogo a␣go-go -agogy agoho agoin' agone agons agony agood agora Algol ALGOL algor algos AMGOT angon Angon angor Angor argol argon Argos argot Argot begob begod begot big␣ol' bigon bigos big␣Os +12772 words

675 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

ago AGO CGO ego ego- GGO IGO Ngo NGO ogo PGO TGO ygo algo algo- Argo atgo Bago bego big␣O Bogo BOGO dago Digo DIGO Dugo ENGO ergo ergo- figo FIGO fogo Fogo Gago GIGO gogo Gogo go-go hogo Hugo Iago ingo INGO jigo Jugo- kago kigo kogo Lago lego Lego LEGO +623 words

6 anagrams (New words found by changing the order of the letters.)

og Og OG 'og O&G O.G.

147 anagrams found with an extra letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word and an extra letter.)

ago AGO AOG bog BOG CGO cog COG dog Dog DOG ego ego- EOG fog FOG Gao GAO geo GEO geo- Geo. GFO GGO gho Gio GLO Glo. GMO goa Goa GOA Goα G.O.A. G.␣O.␣A. gob god God GOD god- goe Goe GOE GoF GOF gog Gog Goh GoH GOH +97 words

198 cousins (New words found by changing only one letter.)

ao aO Ao AO A&O a.o. bo Bo BO B.O. co Co CO c/o co- co. Co. CO₂ -co- do DO 'do d/o do. D&O D.O. Eo EO eo- E&O E␣O fo Fo FO fo' fo. F/O F.O. F.␣O. Ga GA Ga. G&A Gb GB G GC gd GD g-d G-d ge gE Ge GE gf GF gg Gg GG gh GH gi GI G.I. G.␣I. gj GJ gk GK Gk. Gl GL g/l gm GM gn GN GP G.P. GQ gr GR gr. Gr. gs Gs GS g's G's G/S G.S. gt Gt GT G&T G␣&␣T gu Gu GU (+97 words)

22 epenthesis (New words found when adding only one letter.)

Gao GAO geo GEO geo- Geo. GFO GGO gho Gio GLO Glo. GMO goo Goo goo' GPO gro GRO GSO GTO Guo

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