thither

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thith·er

 (thĭth′ər, thĭth′-)
adv.
To or toward that place; in that direction; there: running hither and thither.
adj.
Located or being on the more distant side; farther: the thither side of the pond.

[Middle English, from Old English thider; see to- in Indo-European roots.]
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thither

(ˈðɪðə) ,

thitherward

or

thitherwards

adv
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-)

adv.
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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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.thither - to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!"
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Translations
tien
sinne
tamo
oda
þangað
illuc
dit

thither

(o.f.) [ˈðɪðəʳ] ADVallá
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thither

adv (old)dorthin, dahin ? hither
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thither

[ˈðɪðəʳ] adv (old) (liter) → là, laggiù
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References in classic literature ?
Thitherwards, stormier than the sea, stormeth our great longing!--
So, should you take along the Goa Guide when you go thitherwards? By all means do so.
Webb is not absolutely certain about details concerning a meeting of priests to which the bishop's chancellor summoned Tyndale: "And whether he had knowledge by their threatening, or that he did suspect that they would lay to his charge, it is not now so perfectly in my mind, but thus he told me, that he doubted their aminations, so that he in his going thitherwards prayed in his mind heartily to God to strengthen him, to stand fast in the truth of his word." [14]