To drive or frighten off by some exclamation
- Stand off or begone
- stand-off, or begone.
- to operate a vehicle or frighten down by some exclamation.
intransitive verb, c.1600, utilized by Shakespeare (only in crucial: "begone!"), outdated and of obscure beginning. "[T]he topic of several conjectures, not one that can probably be said to possess even a prima facie probability." [OED]
(interj.) Stand-off, or begone.
- (v. t.) To drive or scare off by some exclamation.