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To or toward that place; in that direction; there: running hither and thither.
Located or being on the more distant side; farther: the thither side of the pond.
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obsolete or formal to or towards that place; in that direction: the flowers and music which attract people thither.
[Old English thider, variant of thæder, influenced by hider hither; related to Old Norse thathra there]
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thith•er(ˈθɪð ər, ˈðɪð-)
1. Also, thith•er•ward (-wərd) thith′er•wards. to or toward that place or point; there.adj.
2. on the farther or other side.
[before 900; Middle English, variant of Middle English thider, Old English, alter. of thæder (i from hider hither); akin to Old Norse thathra there]
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thither(o.f.) [ˈðɪðəʳ] ADV → allá
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thither[ˈðɪðəʳ] adv (old) (liter) → là, laggiù
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