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Webster 1913 Edition


Yond

Yond

,
Adj.
[Cf. AS.
anda
,
onda
, anger,
andian
to be angry.]
Furious; mad; angry; fierce.
[Obs.]
“Then wexeth wood and yond.”
Spenser.

Yond

,
adv.
&
Adj.
[OE.
yond
,
ȝond
,
ȝeond
, through, beyond, over, AS.
geond
, adv. & prep.; cf. Goth.
jaind
thither. √188. See
Yon
,
Adj.
]
Yonder.
[Obs.]
Yond in the garden.”
Chaucer.

Webster 1828 Edition


Yond

YOND

,
Adj.
Mad; furious, or alienated in mind; that is, gone, wandering, and allied to the preceding.

Definition 2022


yond

yond

English

Adjective

yond (not comparable)

  1. further; more distant
  2. yonder
    • c 1608, William Shakespeare, s:Coriolanus, Act 5, Scene IV.
      See you yond coign o' the Capitol, yond corner-stone?
    • William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Lines 46-48:
      Last night of all, / When yond same star that’s westward from the pole / Had made his course t' illume that part of heaven.

Adverb

yond (not comparable)

  1. yonder

Etymology 2

From Old English onda, anda envy, jealousy; hatred, anger

Adjective

yond

  1. (obsolete) Furious; mad; angry; fierce.
    • Spenser
      Then wexeth wood and yond.

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