- avascular graft,
- ave atque vale,
- ave maria
Origin of avaunt
Examples from the Web for avaunt
He even dared once to follow me into church, but I cried 'Avaunt!'
This unusual word is generally regarded as an interjection equivalent to avaunt!
Avaunt, thou grand sycophant of the nineteenth century, thou vile usurper of the people's throne!Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women|George Sumner Weaver
Fiction and verse appeal to a besotted public, that judges of the merit of the work by the standard of its taste: avaunt!The Tragic Comedians, Complete|George Meredith
I would fain hear the old snail skrike out at me, ‘Avaunt, Sathanas!’The White Lady of Hazelwood|Emily Sarah Holt
Word Origin for avaunt
interjection, late 15c., "begone," literally "move on," from Middle French avant "forward!" (see avant).