Switch (v... "in order, 1951, originally in aerospace jargon, from go (v... By 1840, pushing, driving, from verbal phrase go ahead; see go (v. ahead (adv. Go ahead as a command or invitation to proceed is from 1831, American English.
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Go-between (n... Old English gan "to advance, walk; depart, go away; happen, take place; conquer; observe, practice, exercise, from West Germanic *gaian (source also of Old Saxon, Old Frisian gan, Middle Dutch gaen, Dutch gaan, Old High German gan, German gehen) from PIE root *ghē- to release, let go; be released" source also of Sanskrit jihite "goes away, Greek kikhano "I reach, meet with. but there does not seem to be general agreement on a list of cognates. A defective verb throughout its recorded history; the Old English past tense was eode, a word of uncertain origin but evidently once a different verb (perhaps connected to Gothic iddja) it was replaced 1400s by went, past tense of wenden "to direct one's way" see wend. In northern England and Scotland, however, eode tended to be replaced by gaed, a construction based on go. In modern English, only be and go take their past tenses from entirely different verbs. The word in its various forms and combinations takes up 45 columns of close print in the OED. Meaning "cease to exist" is from c. 1200; that of "to appear" with reference to dress, appearance, etc.) is from late 14c.; that of "to be sold" is from early 15c. Meaning "to be known" with by) is from 1590s; that of "pass into another condition or state" is from 1580s. From c. 1600 as "to wager, hence also "to stand treat, and to go (someone) better in wagering (1864. Meaning "say" emerged 1960s in teen slang. Colloquial meaning "urinate or defecate" attested by 1926, euphemistic (compare Old English gong "a privy, literally "a going. To go back on "prove faithless to" is from 1859; to go under in the figurative sense "to fail" is from 1849. To go places "be successful" is by 1934.
Go (n... Go (v... Go (adj... Video and trading card franchise, released in Japan in 1996, said to be from a contracted Romanization of Japanese Poketto Monsuta "pocket monsters, both elements ultimately from European languages. Apparently it is a collective word with no distinctive plural form. Go-go (adj... 1590s, slender riding whip, probably from a Flemish or Low German word akin to Middle Dutch swijch "bough, twig, or swutsche, variant of Low German zwukse "long thin stick, switch, from Germanic *swih- source also of Old High German zwec "wooden peg, German Zweck "aim, design, originally "peg as a target, Zwick "wooden peg. perhaps connected with PIE root *swei- 2) to swing, bend, to turn." The meaning "device for changing the direction of something or making or breaking a connection" is first recorded 1797. "The peg sense suits the mech(anical) applications" Weekley] also compare switchblade. These senses in English might be a direct borrowing from those senses in Continental Germanic languages rather than a continuation of the "pliant wand" sense. The meaning "a change from one to another, a reversal, an exchange, a substitution" is first recorded 1920; extended form switcheroo is by 1933.
Go west (v... Switch (n... Pokemon (n... 1610s, to strike with a switch, from switch (n. Related: Switched; switching. The meaning "turn (off or on) with a switch device" is first recorded 1853 of trains on tracks, 1881 of electricity, 1932 of radio or (later) television. Sense of "shift, divert" is from 1860. Meaning "to change one thing for another" is recorded from 1919. Switch-hitter is 1945 in baseball slang; 1956 in the sense of "bisexual person... Go-ahead (adj...
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