Regardless; anyhow. from 19th c.
“He didn’t enjoy washing his car, but it was so dirty that he did it anyway.”
Used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement. See anyhow and at least. from 19th c.
“I don’t think that’s true. I haven’t found any evidence, anyway.”
Used to indicate a change of subject.
In any way. 16th-19th c.
In or at any location or an unknown location.
“I don’t know where I left my keys. They could be anywhere.”
“I’d rather be anywhere else.”
To in the direction of any location or an unknown location.
“Anywhere you go in France, there will be bread and wine with dinner.”
“I’m staying home today. I’m not going anywhere.”
“Are you going anywhere special this weekend?”
Any location or an unknown location.
“Anywhere is better than here!”