Definition of erelong in English:

erelong

adverb

archaic
  • Before long; soon.

    • ‘Let us hope erelong to have another volume.’
    • ‘England's Smoky Pubs Could Erelong Be Smoky No More.’
    • ‘Most of all I wondered about the Prince's engagement to Eleanor - for such an engagement was sure to occur erelong - and what such an arrangement would do for the kingdom.’

Pronunciation

erelong

/-ˈläNG/