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Aroint thee

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Get ye gone, be off. In Cheshire they say, rynt ye, witch; and milk-maids say to their cows when they have done milking them, rynt ye, (or ʹroint) my beauties; but it is doubtful whether this is connected with the word in question.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Arminians (Anti-Calvinists)
Armory
Armoury
Arms
Arms of England (The Royal)
Arnauts [brave men]
Arn-monat
Arnold
Arnoldists
Arod
Aroint thee
Aronteus
Aroundight
Arras
Arria
Arrière Pensée (plural arrières pensées)
Arrot
Arrow
Arrowroot
Arsetēs (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Artaxerxes