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From Middle English on, from Old English on, an on, upon, onto, in, into, from Proto-Germanic ana on, at, from Proto-Indo-European hen. Cognate with North Frisian a on, in, Saterland Frisian an on, at, West Frisian oan on, at, Dutch aan on, at, to, Low German an on, at, German an to, at, on, Swedish å on, at, in, Faroese á on, onto, in, at, Icelandic á on, in, Gothic ana, Ancient Greek aná, up, upon, Albanian në in; and from Old Norse upp á: Danish på, Swedish på, Norwegian på, see upon.
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3 used as a function word to indicate a time frame during which something takes place a parade on Sunday or an instant, action, or occurrence when something begins or is done on cue on arriving home, I found your letter news on the hour cash on delivery.
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