- in that respect
- on that point
- in that location
- at that place
(in combination with certain prepositions, no longer productive) That.
Other Word Forms of There
Origin of There
From Middle English there, ther, thare, thar, thore, from Old English þēr, þǣr, þār (“there; at that place"), from Proto-Germanic *þar (“at that place; there"), from Proto-Indo-European *tar- (“there"), from demonstrative pronominal base *to- (“the, that") + adverbial suffix *-r. Cognate with Scots thar, thair (“there"), North Frisian dear, deer, där (“there"), Saterland Frisian deer (“there"), West Frisian dêr (“there"), Dutch daar (“there"), Low German dar (“there"), German da, dar- (“there"), Danish der (“there"), Swedish där (“there"), Icelandic þar (“in that place, there").
Middle English ther from Old English thǣr, thēr to- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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