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thither

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adverb thith·er \ˈthi-thər also ˈthi-\

Definition of thither

  1. :  to that place :  there

Origin and Etymology of thither

Middle English, from Old English thider; akin to Old Norse thathra there, Old English thæt that


First Known Use: before 12th century


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thither

adjective thith·er

Definition of thither

  1. :  being on the other and farther side :  more remote

1830

First Known Use of thither

1830



THITHER Defined for English Language Learners

thither

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adverb

Definition of thither for English Language Learners

  • : to that place


THITHER Defined for Kids

thither

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adverb thith·er \ˈthi-thər\

Definition of thither for Students

  1. :  to that place :  there We walked thither and back.


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