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inby

(ɪnˈbaɪ) or

inbye

adv
1. Scot into the house or an inner room; inside; within
2. dialect Scot and Northern English towards or near the house
adj
dialect Scot and Northern English located near or nearest to the house: the inby field.
[C18: from in (adv) + by (adv)]
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