/ (ˈðɒndər) /
a Scot word for yonder
Word Origin for thonder
C19: of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for thonder
The place was a treat to look at; and no less a treat to look at was its jolly landlord, Thonder Vander Tromp.
Thon, thonder; yon, yonder:—'Not a tree or a thing only thon wee couple of poor whins that's blowing up thonder on the rise.'English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce