Simple past tense and past participle of wend. (verb)
A course; a way, a path; a journey. (noun)
Examples of word went
'You seeÂ… after those pics in the newspapersÂ… of you giving Katya the kiss of lifeÂ… after thatÂ… seeÂ… we were floodedÂ… simply floodedÂ… with inquiriesÂ… and all the cheaper seats went in a flashÂ… and the reception tickets, tooÂ… all wentÂ…'
The mother and son were very near one to the other, close in their sympathies, and there can be but little doubt that the thoughts of the mother as she was struck went out, and perhaps _went strongly out_, to her boy who was now away from home.
"_And she went -- and she went_!" rumbled Pat in the bass.
Denum Ã¦Ã°eling tÅ yppan, _the prince_ (BÄ“owulf), _honored by the Danes, went to the high seat_, 1815; Ä“ode ... under inwit-hrÅf, 3124; pl. Ã¾Ç£r swÄ«Ã°ferhÃ°e sittan Ä“odon, 493; Ä“odon him Ã¾Ä tÅgÄ“anes, _went to meet him_,
Denum Ã¤Ã°eling tÃ´ yppan, _the prince_ (BeÃ³wulf), _honored by the Danes, went to the high seat_, 1815; eode ... under inwit-hrÃ´f, 3124; pl. Ã¾Ã¦r swÃ®Ã°ferhÃ°e sittan eodon, 493; eodon him Ã¾Ã¢ tÃ´geÃ¡nes, _went to meet him_,