One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
in imperative Beware (used as a warning cry, typically in a hunting context).be on your guard, watch out, look out, mind out, be wary, be careful, be cautious, be on the lookout, be on the alert, keep your eyes open, keep a sharp lookout, be on the qui viveView synonyms
Old English warian ‘be on one's guard’, from a Germanic base meaning ‘observe, take care’.
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