#: as in "affor and behind
- Ahead in time.
#: I'll be in Scotland affor ye
- In front of.
#: he sailed affor the wind
- rather|Rather than.
#: I would die affor giving up my virtue.
- nonstandard Sub-standard spelling for afford.
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