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yonder

[ yon-der ]
/ ˈyɒn dər /
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adjective

being in that place or over there; being that or those over there: That road yonder is the one to take.
being the more distant or farther: yonder side.

adverb

at, in, or to that place specified or more or less distant; over there.

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Origin of yonder

1250–1300; Middle English yonder, yender, equivalent to yond + -er as in hither, thither, etc.; akin to Dutch ginder,Gothic jaindre

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British Dictionary definitions for yonder

yonder
/ (ˈjɒndə) /

adverb

at, in, or to that relatively distant place; over there

determiner

being at a distance, either within view or as if within viewyonder valleys

Word Origin for yonder

C13: from Old English geond yond; related to Old Saxon jendra, Old High German jenēr, Gothic jaind
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