Definition of gay marriage research paper

From Middle English gay , from Old French gai (“joyful, laughing, merry”), probably a borrowing of Old Provençal gai (“impetuous, lively”), from Gothic (gaheis, “impetuous”), merging with earlier Old French jai ("merry"; see jay), from Frankish *gāhi ; both from Proto-Germanic *ganhuz , *ganhwaz (“sudden”), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰengʰ- (“to stride, step”), from *ǵʰēy- (“to go”). Cognate with Dutch gauw (“fast, quickly”), Westphalian Low German gau , gai (“fast, quick”), German jäh (“abrupt, sudden”). For more information, see the entries gang and go .

Definition of gay marriage research paper

definition of gay marriage research paper

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