herein

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From here (this) + in

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  • Rhymes: -ɪn
  • Hyphenation: here‧in

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herein (not comparable)

  1. Within this content, context, or thing.
    • 1759, William Robertson, History of Scotland[1]:
      [] that if he be not fully satisfied herein, or doubt that the rest of the associates shall not like of the delivery of them to her Majesty in this good manner []
    • 1851, Appleton's Mechanics' Magazine and Engineers' Journal[2], page 190:
      I also claim making the touguing hand-plane in such a manner as to enable the workman to make therewith tongues of various thicknesses, substantially, in the manner herein set forth, whereby I prevent the necessity of providing different tools to tongue planks of different thicknesses.
    • 1992, Ralph W. Wilkerson, Advances in Logic Programming and Automated Reasoning[3], page 53:
      The equational theories developed herein are ordinary conditional equational theories.
    • 2010, Carl Battle, Legal Forms for Everyone[4], page 192:
      Were you a party to any suit terminated within the year immediately preceding the filing of the original petition herein?

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From her +‎ ein.

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herein

  1. in (in the direction of the speaker)

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