- to this matter, document, subject, etc.; regarding this point: attached hereto; agreeable hereto.
Also here·un·to [heer-uhn-too, heer-uhn-too] /hɪərˈʌn tu, ˌhɪər ʌnˈtu/.
Origin of hereto
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Therefore I have hereto set my seal in witness of the truth.
In faith of which, we have signed these presents with our own hand, and have hereto affixed our seal.
Hereto some other man would add also the desire that we have to benefit other countries and to impeach our own.Elizabethan England
Hereto also maie that be applied which the foresaid Marcellinus writeth in the same booke, Walf.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (4 of 8)
If I am thy fish, I will never deceive thee nor do aught to displease thee, and hereto I plight thee my troth.Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race
Maud Isabel Ebbutt
- formal to this place, thing, matter, document, etc
- an obsolete word for hitherto
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Word Origin and History for hereto
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