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v. wend·ed, wend·ing, wends
To proceed on or along; go: wend one's way home.
To go one's way; proceed.
[Middle English wenden, from Old English wendan.]
1. Any of a group of Slavic peoples formerly inhabiting much of what is now eastern Germany and western Poland, especially the present-day Sorbs.
2. Any of various other non-Germanic peoples living in central Europe during late antiquity and the Middle Ages.
[German Wende, from Middle High German Winde, Wende, from Old High German Winid; see wen- in Indo-European roots.]