English version

hither

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhitherhith‧er /ˈhɪðə $ -ər/ adverb old use  HERETHEREhere Coloured fish darted hither and thither (=backwards and forwards).
Examples from the Corpus
hitherTrue, it would suit her very well just now to be darting hither and thither between Hertford and York.Autumn is blown hither and thither by an ever-changing tempestuous wind.The furrows look like a herd of giants have been plowing hither and yon through the snow.We found ourselves spending an inordinate amount of time in the chariot, chasing hither and yon.Art thou come hither, Friend, to make thy light shine before men or women?hither and thitherTrue, it would suit her very well just now to be darting hither and thither between Hertford and York.Autumn is blown hither and thither by an ever-changing tempestuous wind.Ideology pulling hither and thither - sometimes resulting in apparent loss of direction - has not helped.
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