whereon

[hwair-on, -awn, wair-]
conjunction
1.
on what or which.
adverb
2.
Archaic. on what?

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English wheron. See where, on

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whereon (wɛərˈɒn)
 
adv
1.  on what thing or place?
 
pron
2.  on which thing, place, etc

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Example sentences
He shews him his shield-arm, whereon were thrice fifty wounds: this is what was inflicted upon it.
The file number of each action shall be noted on the folio of the docket whereon the first entry of the action is made.
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