Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Yonder"

The meaning of "Yonder" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does yonder mean?
A: Yonder = (something that you can see) over there, or (something that is too far away to see) in that direction.

It is an old word that is not used in conversation but can still be found in literary works.
Q: What does yonder mean?
A: Far away in a direction. (If you walk over yonder you’ll see the cabin.) <- example
Q: What does yonder mean?
A: thank you so much
Q: What does yonder mean?
A: A relatively distant (but known) place
"He's over yonder looking for some mushrooms."
Q: What does yonder mean?
A: Allá están unos finches

Example sentences using "Yonder"

Q: Please show me example sentences with yonder.
A: Yonder is an old fashioned word. You would never hear it spoke in UK. You could see it in a book and it means over there per esempio look yonder to the trees. I live over yonder, past those hills.
Q: Please show me example sentences with yonder.
A: Thanks!
Q: Please show me example sentences with yonder.
A: Yonder is not a commonly used word in english anymore.

Sometimes it will appear in old literature referring to a far away place.

Examples:
The next town is over yonder.
They came from about 9 miles yonder.

It can also be used in place of “that” or “those” when talking about something far away.

Example:
What light through yonder window breaks?
Q: Please show me example sentences with yonder.
A: The Jones family live over yonder.
There's a place down yonder where we use to go fishing.
Let's fly away into the wild blue yonder.
This word is not used much except in the rural southern U.S. "Wild blue yonder is a phrase that is still used occasionally all over.

Synonyms of "Yonder" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between yonder and there ?
A: "Yonder" is somewhat antiquated and rare. It implies a greater distance away from the speaker than "that" or "there." It can be used to talk about something that's too far away to see. It is associated with cowboy culture and large areas of wilderness in the western US.
Q: What is the difference between yonder and there ?
A: あそこ also is "over there".
彼方 may not be exactly the same as yonder, but I think that it's the same feeling/ very close in meaning.

Other questions about "Yonder"

Q: yonder, there is a shimmering field Does this sound natural?
A: I don't use the word 'yonder' much, but after looking at the internet, I think it is used without the comma,
Yonder there is a shimmering field
Your sentence might also be correct, I'm not sure 👍

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