Language Quiz / Most Common Verbs by Etymology

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Can you name the 25 most common English verbs from each broad category of historical origin: Germanic (Anglo-Saxon) and Latinate?

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Abbreviations: OE = Old English, PG = Proto-Germanic, OF = Old French, Lt. = Latin. Asterisks denote reconstructed forms. Frequency data are for contemporary written American English.
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OriginVerbEtymology
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