Meanings

1.
the accompanying person, the carer
(Formal term for a person accompanying someone. Can be a caretaker, but doesn't have to be. Think of a train ticket deal where you can take someone along.)
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Word Family

Root: *leit-(2)

The core idea of this root was:

going forth

It’s the origin of to lead as well as to load, which was about loading a vehicle for the way.
Another potential family member is satellite.

In German, the branch around leiden shifted from a neutral sense of going forth to a notion of carrying on through hardship.

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