benorth

preposition be·north \bi-ˈnȯrth, -ˈnȯrt\

Definition of benorth

Scottish

  1. :  north of

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Origin and Etymology of benorth

Middle English benorth, from Old English be northan, from be by (from bi, bī) + northan from the north, from north


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