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First published 1986 (DOST Vol. VI).
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Quhiddersoevir, Whither-soever, adv. [e.m.E. whither so ever (1535), ME hwider se … eaver (c1230).] To whatever place, to any place to which. — 1610 Crim. Trials III 108.
And to follow quhiddersoeuir thay could apprehend those pirottis
16.. Rudiments 15a (see Quhither-ward).

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