- At or in that indicated place or direction.
- Used to refer to a place or direction that is a long way off or not clearly visible.
Old english geondan "on the other side", from geond "beyond".
- She pointed to a small cottage in the distance and said, 'That's my home yonder.'.
- The children ran towards the trees yonder, eager to explore the unknown.
- The knight rode his horse towards the castle yonder, ready to defend his kingdom.
- He gazed at the stars yonder, lost in thought.
- She could see the beautiful sunset yonder, painting the sky with vibrant hues.