way

1
[ wey ]
/ weɪ /

noun

Idioms for way

Origin of way

1
First recorded before 900; Middle English wei(gh)e, Old English weg; cognate with Dutch, German Weg, Old Norse vegr, Gothic wigs; akin to Latin vehere “to carry”

synonym study for way

3. See method.

OTHER WORDS FROM way

wayless, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH way

way , weigh.

Definition for way (2 of 2)

way2
[ wey ]
/ weɪ /

adverb

Also 'way . away; from this or that place: Go way.
to a great degree or at quite a distance; far: way too heavy; way down the road.

Origin of way

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1175–1225; Middle English, aphetic variant of away
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British Dictionary definitions for way

way
/ (weɪ) /

noun

adverb

Word Origin for way

Old English weg; related to Old Frisian wei, Old Norse vegr, Gothic wigs
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Idioms and Phrases with way

way

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