Yond
Yond Yond, a. [Cf. AS. anda, onda, anger, andian to be angry.] Furious; mad; angry; fierce. [Obs.] ``Then wexeth wood and yond.'' --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • Yond — Yond, adv. & a. [OE. yond, [yogh]ond, [yogh]eond, through, beyond, over, AS. geond, adv. & prep.; cf. Goth. jaind thither. [root]188. See {Yon}, a.] Yonder. [Obs.] Yond in the garden. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • yond — [yänd] adj., adv. [ME yond < OE geond, akin to YON] Now Chiefly Dial. YONDER …   English World dictionary

  • yond — /yond/, adv., adj. Archaic. yonder. [bef. 900; ME; OE geond; akin to D ginds, Goth jaind. See YON] * * * …   Universalium

  • yond — O.E. geond (adv., prep.) beyond, yonder, related to geon (see YON (Cf. yon)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • yond — I. ˈyänd, ˈyȯnd, ˈyənd adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English geond; akin to Gothic jaind to that place, Old English geon, adjective, yonder more at yon archaic : yonder II …   Useful english dictionary

  • yond — be·yond·ness; be·yond; yond; …   English syllables

  • yond — 1. adjective a) further; more distant Last night of all, / When yond same star that’s westward from the pole / Had made his course t illume that part of heaven. b) yonder 2. adverb …   Wiktionary

  • yond — I. , adv. [ȝund] == yonder. 1 β. AS. geond II. , adj. == farther, as the ‘yond half,’ or farther side. Ritson’s AS. viii. 200. 713 β …   Oldest English Words

  • yond — /jɒnd/ (say yond) adverb, adjective Archaic → yonder. {Middle English; Old English geond. Compare yon, yonder} …   Australian English dictionary

  • yond — I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English geond; akin to Old English geon Date: before 12th century archaic yonder II. adjective Date: 13th century dialect yonder …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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