Origin of yonMiddle English yone ; from Old English geon, akin to German jener, Gothic jains, that ; from Indo-European pronominal base an unverified form eno-, that one from source Classical Latin enim, indeed
that or those at a distance
That one or those yonder.
Origin of yonMiddle English, short for yond, yond; see yond and yonder, yonder; see yonder. Pron., Middle English, from Old English geon; see i- in Indo-European roots.
- (dated or dialect) Yonder.
- (dated or dialect) That one or those over there.
Old English Ä¡eon