MEANING:verb tr., intr.: To travel along a route.
ETYMOLOGY:From Old English wendan.
NOTES:If you've ever wondered why we have the peculiar form "went" as the past tense of the word go (go, went, gone), today's word is the culprit. "Went" is the archaic past form of "wend". In current usage, the past form of wend is wended. The word is typically used in the phrase "to wend one's way".