adverb Date: 14th century elsewhere

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  • otherwhere — /udh euhr hwair , wair /, adv. Archaic. elsewhere. [1350 1400; ME (north and Scots) other quar; see OTHER, WHERE] * * * …   Universalium

  • otherwhere — adverb In or to some other place, or places; elsewhere …   Wiktionary

  • otherwhere — adverb & pronoun archaic or literary elsewhere …   English new terms dictionary

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