Etymology
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go out (v.)

early 13c., "leave home," from go (v.) + out (adv.). Meaning "become extinct, expire" is from c. 1400.

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Definitions of go out

go out (v.)
move out of or depart from;
Synonyms: exit / get out / leave
go out (v.)
leave the house to go somewhere;
go out (v.)
take the field;
go out (v.)
become extinguished;
go out (v.)
go out of fashion; become unfashionable;
go out (v.)
date regularly; have a steady relationship with;
Synonyms: go steady / date / see
From wordnet.princeton.edu