ayont

ayont

(əˈjɒnt)
adv, prep
Scot beyond
[a, from Old English an on + yont yon]
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Tae ma rescue cam Sheena Blackhall for at feow lines fae her latest beukie nae only tickl't me wi its simpicity bit jist remyn's foo muckle she's contributit tae uphaudin an spreadin the unique mither tongue o her ain hairtlan an ayont. Nae only at bit she his produc't some pooerfu screivin in English an throwe her mony stravaigs tae far aff places like Thailand, Sri Lanka an Egypt his develop't sic a deep feelin in understannin an transmittin in verse their different faiths an cultures.
Far ayont Bennachie see the red skies o' gloamin' Hae blawn like a rose and are fadin' awa'; The day it is deen, and the evenin' is cornin'; It's hame and guid-nicht noo for ane and for a'.
For example, Bannurah Ayyub Dahir appears, in the New York Times's list of third class passengers, as "Banoura and Bancoura Ayont," while female survivor Adal Najib Qiyamah is listed as passenger "Najib Hachine." Najib, in Arabic, is a male's name.