English edit

Etymology edit

there +‎ hence

Adverb edit

therehence (not comparable)

  1. (archaic) Away from that place.
    • 1899, Great Britain, Calendar of the State Papers Relating to Ireland ...: Apr. 1599-Feb. 1600, Public Record Office, page 134:
      His Lordship having left a ward there, the castle being wardable, the Lord Mountgarrett was put at liberty, and therehence [the Lord Lieutenant] marched to Limerick, []