Definition of Anigh

1. prep. & adv. Nigh.



Definition of Anigh

1. Adverb. (archaic) Nigh; near; close by (to). ¹

2. Preposition. (archaic) Nigh; near. ¹

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Definition of Anigh

1. nigh [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anigh

aniconism
anicteric
anicteric hepatitis
anicteric virus hepatitis
anicut
anicuts
anidean
anideus
anidimatical
anidiomatical
anidous
anidrosis
anidulafungin
anie
anigh (current term)
anighst
anight
anights
anigif
anigifs
anigre
anil
anilazine
anile
anileness
anileridine
anilic
anilic acid
anilide

Literary usage of Anigh

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1. Little Classics edited by Rossiter Johnson (1874)
"Come anigh me, wherever You are, and lay hold on this yer. ... Come anigh me!" Did anything come anigh him? Jerry says as the wind rose he heard a rustling ..."

2. Rāja-çekhara's Karpūra-mañjarī: a drama by the Indian poet Rājaçekhara by Rājaśekhara (1901)
"Her let him "fetch anigh" [to us] here. ... I am fetching her anigh. KING. ... [at the moment when she was] " fetched anigh " by yonder master Magician. ..."

3. Little Classics by Rossiter Johnson (1875)
"O, come anigh me! Come anigh me!" Did anything come anigh him ? Jerry says as the wind rose he heard a rustling all about the mound, like a swooping down of ..."

4. The Æneids of Virgil by Virgil (1876)
"And lo, the fellows of the God, the black Fear's bitter face, The Rage of men, the Guile of War anigh him wend apace: F.'en so amid the battle-field his ..."

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