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Do English noun “rise” and verb “run” have the same origin?

 
 
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Do English noun “rise” and verb “run” have the same origin?

English rise cognate with Gothic urrists “resurrection”
English run cognate with Gothic urrinnan “to arise”

Gothic also has:

gakusts “experiment”
gakunnan “to get to know”
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