goest

goest

(ˈɡəʊɪst)
vb
an archaic form of the second person singular of go1
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My brother, if thou be fortunate, then wilt thou have one virtue and no more: thus goest thou easier over the bridge.
Then one of them, with his mouth full, called out to Robin, "Hulloa, where goest thou, little lad, with thy one-penny bow and thy farthing shafts?"
She stepped off the train at the Glen, real smiling and chipper, and the first thing she saw staring her in the face on the black, gable-end of the freight shed, was the question, in big white letters, two feet high, `Whither goest thou--to heaven or hell?' That had been one of Fiske's ideas, and he had got Henry Hammond to paint it.
There thou goest, thou dare-devil of the earth, heart of steel, arm of brass; once more, God guide thee and send thee back safe, sound, and unhurt to the light of this world thou art leaving to bury thyself in the darkness thou art seeking there;" and the cousin offered up almost the same prayers and supplications.
"Nay, my lord, whither thou goest there I go also."
Helm there; steady, as thou goest, and hast been going.
--Aye, and thou goest before; and this, this then is the hearse that thou didst promise.
``Thou hast the advantage with that iron pot on thy head,'' said the churchman; ``but have at thee Down thou goest, an thou wert Goliath of Gath in his brazen helmet.''
16 In that I command thee this day to love the LORD thy God, to walk in his ways, and to keep his commandments and his statutes and his judgments, that thou mayest live and multiply: and the LORD thy God shall bless thee in the land whither thou goest to possess it.
Whither Goest Thou America: A Festival of New American Play Readings, Thru May 2.
While conversing at this moment, they said that it happened for the first time in the history of Pakistan and its credit goest to the Government of PTI.