or gon': short for gonna, going to.
Away, having left.
‘Are they gone already?’;
(obsolete) A course; a way, a path; a journey.
(figuratively) No longer part of the present situation.
‘Don't both trying to understand what Grandma says, she's gone.’; ‘He won't be going out with us tonight. Now that he's engaged, he's gone.’; ‘Have you seen their revenue numbers? They're gone.’;
imp. & p. p. of Wend; - now obsolete except as the imperfect of go, with which it has no etymological connection. See Go.
‘To the church both be they went.’;
No longer existing, having passed.
‘The days of my youth are gone.’;
Course; way; path; journey; direction.
‘But here my weary team, nigh overspent,Shall breathe itself awhile after so long a went.’; ‘He knew the diverse went of mortal ways.’;
‘I'm afraid all the coffee's gone at the moment.’;
(colloquial) Intoxicated to the point of being unaware of one's surroundings.
‘Dude, look at Jack. He's completely gone.’;
(slang) Entirely given up to; infatuated with; used with on.
‘He's totally gone on her.’;
(colloquial) Excellent; wonderful.
(archaic) Ago (used post-positionally).
(US) Weak; faint; feeling a sense of goneness.
Of an arrow: wide of the mark.
Past, after, later than (a time).
‘You'd better hurry up, it's gone four o'clock.’;
p. p. of Go.
not present; having left;
‘he's away right now’; ‘you must not allow a stranger into the house when your mother is away’; ‘everyone is gone now’; ‘the departed guests’;
destroyed or killed;
‘we are gone geese’;
‘he is deceased’; ‘our dear departed friend’;
having all been spent;
‘the money is all gone’;
well in the past; former;
‘bygone days’; ‘dreams of foregone times’; ‘sweet memories of gone summers’; ‘relics of a departed era’;
no longer retained;
‘gone with the wind’;