- 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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Examples from the Web for hereunto
The names of the 49 wounded British prisoners are hereunto annexed.The Better Germany in War Time
These he proceeded to read to us, not omitting a single 'whereas' or 'hereunto.'Life of Wm. Tecumseh Sherman.
W. Fletcher Johnson
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands in Congress.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands in Congress.Government in the United States
James Wilford Garner
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 29th day of May, 1883.30,000 Locked Out.
James C. Beeks
- an archaic word for hereto (def. 1)
- formal to this place, thing, matter, document, etc
- an obsolete word for hitherto
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Word Origin and History for hereunto
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