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I need a single word which means "keep moving forward". What are my options?

I need word as

persevere Be persistent, refuse to stop

cognizant (sometimes followed by 'of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception

[] keep moving forward

I want to make meaningful name for firm

please help me

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closed as not a real question by simchona, Matt E. Эллен, kiamlaluno, Mahnax, RegDwigнt Feb 24 '12 at 23:26

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It would be very helpful if you could provide us with some context as to where you would like to use such a word. Could you perhaps outline a few sentences where it would go? – Matt E. Эллен Feb 24 '12 at 19:52
"persevere".... – GEdgar Feb 24 '12 at 19:58
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How about propel, impel, or journey?

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There's Mush! (from Fr. marchez, "walk"), particularly used to drive huskies through snow. Largely supplanted now by "Hike!", according to that Wikipedia link.

If OP intends a more metaphoric sense, advance or progress would still fit the bill.

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