(third-person singular simple present eloins, present participle eloining, simple past and past participle eloined)
- Obsolete spelling of eloign.
Variant of eloign
- Archaic to seclude (oneself)
- to carry away (property)
- Law to remove (property) beyond the jurisdiction of a sheriff
Origin of eloignMiddle English eloinen ; from Old French esloignier ; from es- (L ex-) + Classical Latin longe, far (adv.): see long