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thereof

[th air-uhv, -ov] /ˌðɛərˈʌv, -ˈɒv/
adverb
1.
of that or it.
2.
from or out of that origin or cause.
Origin of thereof
1000
before 1000; Middle English therof, Old English thǣrof. See there, of1
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  • Let him set sail: this is the sum: thereof be thou our messenger.'

  • The bread of the needy is their life; he that defraudeth them thereof is a man of blood.

    Las Casas Alice J. Knight
  • However, not to leave you disconsolate, I will tell you some thereof.

  • You may safely make the peasants a present thereof, as it will be mostly filled by them.

    The Day of Wrath Maurus Jkai
  • If his friends should ever hear of her, they could not inform him thereof, as no one knew where he was.

    Alonzo and Melissa Daniel Jackson, Jr.
  • Yet true it is also that I repent me thereof, and ask thy pardon.

  • And thereof had they also great marvel, that some of them thought it was an impossibility.

British Dictionary definitions for thereof

thereof

/ˌðɛərˈɒv/
adverb (formal)
1.
of or concerning that or it
2.
from or because of that
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Word Origin and History for thereof
adv.

Old English þær of; see there + of.

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