adverb, preposition Archaic.
Examples from the Web for anear
Anear it speeds, there are masts like reeds and a tossing plume of steam!War Poetry of the South|Various
When anear they saw him coming, the gallant Campeador, With great worship to receive him, forth unto him they ride.The Lay of the Cid|R. Selden Rose
And whether we live apart or anear, I shall always be your husband—yours alone—until death shall part us.Her Dark Inheritance|Mrs. E. Burke Collins
Mary Cushin: There are some of the neighbours have learning, and you bade me not bring it anear them.Seven Short Plays|Lady Gregory
The people of the Gaeldom of to-day are anear perishing for lack of the famous feats of their fathers.Archaic England|Harold Bayley