anigh

Related to anigh: accordingly

anigh

(əˈnaɪ)
adv
archaic near, close
References in classic literature ?
em off an 'fends 'em off, an' 'Don't ye come anigh me,' she sez.
When I got to where I found the boy, I see I couldn't cut the bullet out without some help, and he warn't in no condition for me to leave, to go and get help; and he got a little worse and a little worse, and after a long time he went out of his head, and wouldn't let me come anigh him, any more, and .
See I have told her tale, though I know not What men are dwelling now on that green spot Anigh Boebeis, or if Pherae still, With name oft changed perchance, adown the hill Still shows its white walls to the rising sun.