Whereunto \Where`un*to"\, adv. Same as {Whereto}. [1913 Webster]

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  • whereunto — [hwerun′to͞o, werun′to͞o, hwerən to͞o′, werən to͞o′] adv., conj. archaic var. of WHERETO …   English World dictionary

  • whereunto — 1. adverb /wɛːrʌnˈtuː/ a) (archaic or formal; interrogative) unto what; to what purpose I will retire as soon as you have told b) (archaic or formal) unto which Whereunto leadeth this lost thread of gold. 2. conjunction /wɛːrʌnˈtuː/ …   Wiktionary

  • whereunto — adverb or conjunction Date: 15th century whereto …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • whereunto — /hwair un tooh, wair ; hwair un tooh , wair /, conj., adv. Archaic. whereto. [1375 1425; late ME quhareunto. See WHERE, UNTO] * * * …   Universalium

  • whereunto — adv. why?; where?; for what reason? conj. for the sake of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • whereunto — where·unto …   English syllables

  • whereunto — where•un•to [[t](h)wɛərˈʌn tu, wɛər ; ˌ(h)wɛər ʌnˈtu, ˌwɛər [/t]] conj. adv. cvb archaic whereto • Etymology: 1375–1425 …   From formal English to slang

  • whereunto — “+ adverb Etymology: Middle English wherunto, from where, wher where + unto : whereto …   Useful english dictionary

  • Emery Molyneux — One of Molyneux s celestial globes, which is displayed in Middle Temple Library – from the frontispiece of the Hakluyt Society s 1889 reprint of A Learned Treatise of Globes, both Cœlestiall and Terrestriall, one of the English editions of Robert …   Wikipedia

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