vaward

[ vah-wawrd, vou-awrd ]
/ ˈvɑˌwɔrd, ˈvaʊ ɔrd /

noun Archaic.

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Origin of vaward

1325–75; Middle English, variant of va(u)mwarde,vantward, aphetic for avantward<Anglo-French avantwarde, equivalent to avant (see avaunt) + warde<Old English weardward

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