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Related to yonder: wild blue yonder
In or at that indicated place: the house over yonder.
Being at an indicated distance, usually within sight: "Yonder hills," he said, pointing.
A distant place, usually within sight.
[Middle English, from yond, yond; see yond.]
at, in, or to that relatively distant place; over there
being at a distance, either within view or as if within view: yonder valleys.
[C13: from Old English geond yond; related to Old Saxon jendra, Old High German jenēr, Gothic jaind]
1. being in that place or over there; being that or those over there: Do you see yonder hut?
2. being the more distant or farther: the yonder side of the hill.adv.
3. at, in, or to that specified place; over there: Look yonder!
[1250–1300; Middle English yonder, yender; akin to Old Saxon gendra, Gothic jaindre; see yond]
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|Adj.||1.||yonder - distant but within sight (`yon' is dialectal); "yonder valley"; "the hills yonder"; "what is yon place?"|
distant - separated in space or coming from or going to a distance; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call"
|Adv.||1.||yonder - at or in an indicated (usually distant) place (`yon' is archaic and dialectal); "the house yonder"; "scattered here and yon"- Calder Willingham|