[hwair-fruhm, -from, wair-]
- from which; whence.
Origin of wherefrom
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Examples from the Web for wherefrom
Can there be any doubt about wherefrom this hawkish push emanates?AIPAC's Push To Scuttle Iran Diplomacy
August 1, 2013
Wherefrom do they acquire these tendencies, these peculiarities?Reincarnation
Wherefrom the Breton judged, as at Winchester, that Hereward had no lust to fight.Hereward, The Last of the English
On one occasion the enemy and ourselves rushed for the top of two different kopjes, wherefrom to pepper one another.A Yeoman's Letters
P. T. Ross
They promised what he would; wherefrom they all fared well, when King Gunther saw fair Brunhild.
Folker and Hagen gan speak to Etzel all their mind, wherefrom these heroes bold and good came thereafter into danger.
- from what or where? whence?
- from which place; whence