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subtĕrĭor , us,
I.comp. [subter], that is farther beneath, lower, = inferior (late Lat.): termini, Innoc. Cas. Lit. p. 232 Goes.: “per subteriora,Aem. Mac. 2, 13.—Hence, adv.: subtĕrĭus , lower, farther down: “subterius nigro, superius mineo,Isid. Orig. 16, 8, 4.
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