adverb Date: 1509 to this

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  • Hereunto — Here un*to , adv. Unto this; up to this time; hereto. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hereunto — c.1500, from HERE (Cf. here) + UNTO (Cf. unto) …   Etymology dictionary

  • hereunto — here·un·to (hîr ŭnʹto͞o) adv. Hereto. * * * …   Universalium

  • hereunto — adverb Unto this; up to this time; hereto …   Wiktionary

  • hereunto — here·un to || ‚hɪrÊŒntÊŠ /‚hɪər adv. (Formal) hereto; unto this (matter, document, proceeding); up to this time …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hereunto — adverb archaic or formal to this document …   English new terms dictionary

  • hereunto — /hɪərʌnˈtu/ (say hearrun tooh) adverb → hereto …   Australian English dictionary

  • hereunto — adv. archaic to this …   Useful english dictionary

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