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un·to

 (ŭn′to͞o)
prep.
1. To.
2. Until: a fast unto death.
3. By: a place unto itself, quite unlike its surroundings.

[Middle English : un-, up to; see until + to, to; see to.]

unto

(ˈʌntuː)
prep
an archaic word for to1
[C13: of Scandinavian origin; see until]

un•to

(ˈʌn tu; unstressed -tə)

prep.
1. to (except to indicate the infinitive).
2. until; till.
[1250–1300; Middle English, =un- (see until) + to to]
Translations
dok
imodindtiltil
til
-e/a

unto

(ˈantu) preposition
an old word for `to'.
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