Hereof
Hereof Here*of", adv. Of this; concerning this; from this; hence. [1913 Webster]

Hereof comes it that Prince Harry is valiant. --Shak. [1913 Webster]


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  • hereof — late O.E.; see HERE (Cf. here) + OF (Cf. of). Cf. Dan. hereaf, Swed. häraf …   Etymology dictionary

  • hereof — ► ADVERB formal ▪ of this document …   English terms dictionary

  • hereof — [hir uv′] adv. 1. of this 2. concerning this 3. Obs. from this; hence …   English World dictionary

  • hereof — /hear uv , ov /, adv. 1. of this: upon the receipt hereof. 2. concerning this: more hereof later. [bef. 1050; ME, OE her of. See HERE, OF1] * * * …   Universalium

  • hereof — here•of [[t]hɪərˈʌv, ˈɒv[/t]] adv. 1) of this: upon the receipt hereof[/ex] 2) concerning this: more hereof later[/ex] • Etymology: bef. 1050 …   From formal English to slang

  • hereof — /hɪərˈɒv/ (say hearr ov) adverb 1. of this: upon the receipt hereof. 2. concerning this: more hereof later …   Australian English dictionary

  • hereof — here|of [ˌhıərˈɔv US hırˈʌv, ˈa:v] adv formal or law relating to or belonging to this document ▪ This Agreement commences on the date of signature hereof. →↑thereof …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hereof — adverb formal or law connected with or belonging to this: every part hereof compare thereof …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hereof — adverb Date: before 12th century of this …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hereof — adverb a) Of this b) From this …   Wiktionary

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