yondre etymology

Middle English word yondre comes from Proto-Germanic *jainaz (That over there, yon.), Proto-Germanic - r

Detailed word origin of yondre

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*jainaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) That over there, yon.
- r Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*jainar Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Over there, yonder.
ġeonre Old English (ang)
geonre Old English (ang) To that place (over there); thither; yonder.
ȝendre Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as yondre

Descendants of *jainaz
-en meynprisen milken prati praty preti prety thoughten yon yonder ȝendre ȝeon ȝon ȝondre
Descendants of - r
her her-for here hire hiren hirne hyre hær quher thar thare tharmid that thei ther there thermid therwith they thore thormid wher