hinder-

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From hinder (adj & adv) "behind, after"

Prefix[edit]

hinder-

  1. behind, after
    hindergenga "back-slider, one who walks backwards"
    hinderweard "sluggish, slow"
  2. wicked, cruel, deceitful
    hinderġēap "wily, deceitful, cunning"
    hinderhōc "trick"
  3. lower, nether-
    hinderþēostru "underworld, nether darkness"

Descendants[edit]

  • English hinder-