adverb, adjective Archaic.
Origin of yond
Examples from the Web for yond
They're noa bigger, accordinglye to th' place nor yond little haase o' mine up at th' moor end.Seets I' Paris|John Hartley
But if yond Minnie doesn't let my lad alooan aw'll mak this taan too hot for her.
Look with thine ears: see how yond justice rails upon yond simple thief.Familiar Quotations|John Bartlett
Aw dooant know unless tha'rt gooin to find fault abaat mi piece, an awm sewer aw've done mi best wi it, but yond warp's rotten.
Th' chaps winked when they met one another, an' said "Aw reckon tha'll be at yond doo?"Yorksher Puddin'|John Hartley
Word Origin and History for yond
Old English geond (adv., prep.) "beyond, yonder," related to geon (see yon).