Meanings

1.
to hang through something
(In a literal sense of, say, a rope that hangs through a narrow opening.)
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2.
to sag
(Think of a slack-line that is sagging in the middle.)
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3.
to sag, to have a down
(Colloquial term for when you don't really have energy and motivation on a day. Past is typically done with written past - ich hing durch.)
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Word Family

Root: *konk-

The core idea of this root was:

hanging, being in the air

It’s the origin of English to hang and to hinge and also of Stonehenge, which quite literally means “stones in the air”.

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