aback av EDD ~ prep, adv 1; O Sup2 adv 4 arch, dial.
Behind, at the back of; usu with of, o'.
96-642 I used to hide down a-back o' the chairs. T 58/65-64 There's a mine
over there goes in aback o' your place. 1971 CASEY 39 We'd leave her after twelve o'clock
[midnight] to go fishing. Now we'd go out aback of the Head and cast caplin. Ibid 266 And
it made that much noise and the house trembled that much, that the wood was piled up
aback of the stove in the box fell down.