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Definition of Ahind
1. ahint [adv] - See also: ahint
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Literary usage of Ahind
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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1879)
"Applied to what remains, or is left, S. It мет* that lad has «town your heart awa', And ye are following on, wi' what's ahind. ..."
2. Down in Tennessee, and Back by Way of Richmond by James Roberts Gilmore (1864)
"I know'd twouldn't do ter gwo home, so I made a long spell round, ahind a hill, ... She couldn't speak, but she brung me a short piece from ahind the hill, ..."
3. A New England Childhood by Margaret Fuller (1916)
"Just far enough to their rear to be out of reach the bad boys pursued them, mocking. "Old Joe! — Old Joe! — Old Joe kicking up ahind and afore! ..."
4. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are ...by John Jamieson by John Jamieson (1818)
"ahind, AHINT, adv. I. Behind, in respect of place, S. 2. Late, as to time, SS Applied to what remains, or is left, S. Bots. AICH, j. Echo, SB AIGARS, >. ..."
5. The boy in the bush by Richard Rowe (1885)
"But Fred knocked him down with the butt-end er his gun, an' tied his hands an' feet, an' lugged him back to our hut, an' kicked him into the skillion ahind. ..."