There are 2 definitions of wend in English:

wend1

Syllabification: wend
Pronunciation: /wend
 
/

verb

[no object] (wend one's way)
Go in a specified direction, typically slowly or by an indirect route: they wended their way across the city
More example sentences
  • The sealed road wends its way across the stark Anti-Atlas and startling scenery appears after Igherm while descending the Akka Valley.
  • The deer favor more open spaces and can often be seen from the road as one wends one's way along the Skyline Drive.
  • The road wends its way queasily from valley to valley, dipping and rising through dappled woodland.
Synonyms
meander, wind one's way, wander, amble, stroll, saunter, drift, roam, traipse, walk; journey, travel
informal mosey, tootle

Origin

Old English wendan 'to turn, depart', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German wenden, also to wind2.

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Word of the day apposite
Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

There are 2 definitions of wend in English:

Wend2

Syllabification: Wend
Pronunciation: /wend
 
/

noun

another term for Sorb.
More example sentences
  • The 500 or so Sorbian immigrants who arrived in Galveston, Texas, in 1854 were primarily bilingual, speaking German and Wendish, and called themselves German Wends.
  • Their retreat left a vacuum east of the Elbe River now filled by immigrating tribes that the Germans loosely classified as Wends.
  • The Slovaks and the Wends / Sorbs are the only two Lutheran Slavic groups to immigrate to America, and their numbers were not large.

Origin

from German Wende, of unknown origin.

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Word of the day apposite
Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something