Results for: Whence

In Definitions

What does the word Whence mean?

It is an old English word that means 'from where' or 'from what place'. An example is: "Whence comes this storm?"
In Name Origins

From whence does the Clark surname derive?

Throughout the United Kingdom, the word and the profession of"clerk" is typically pronounced as "clark". This common honorariumis a holdover from times long past, when this pr (MORE)
In Literature & Language

When there is no movement or action indicated what is it called whither or whence?

Generally, whence means from or out of which place, and whither means to what place. Whence can be used with the sense of 'by reason of which fact', meaning about the same as (MORE)
In Judaism

What are the formally recognized bodies from whence Judaism derives its canon?

Judaism is not a centralised religion and does not have a single body or group of bodies that determine canon. The core basis for Jewish law are the 613 mitzvot or guidelin (MORE)
In Adverbs

Is whence an adverb?

The archaic word can be an adverb, in the form "Whence came these men?" (This can be considered a pronoun as well.) It can also be used as a conjunction.
In The Difference Between

What is the distinction between whence and whither?

'Whence' refers to where one has been, e.g. "from whence did theycome?", whither refers to where one is going, e.g. "whither do yougo?". There are somewhat archaic; today we w (MORE)
In Grammar

How do you spell concur whence?

That is the correct spelling of "concur" but whence is an archaic adverb or conjunction. The modern use of concur is with the prepositions such as in, on, or with. The word "w (MORE)
In Word and Phrase Origins

What are the origins of the word whence?

The word "whence" originates sometime in the 1250s to 1300s, most likely from England as it is described as a Middle English term. It means from what place or origin.
In Uncategorized

Is going to whence?

No. Whence means from what place, the opposite of going to.Whence can also mean from what cause or what origin Whence have you come? And where was this foreign land, (MORE)