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extrā adv. and praep.

I.I. Adv. (for comp. see exterius), on the outside, without : extra et intus hostem habere, Cs.: et in corpore et extra: illa, quae sunt extra, outward goods .—In the phrase, extra quam: extra quam fiat, etc., except in the case that , etc., C. (lex): extra quam qui eorum, etc., except those of them who , etc., L.: extra quam si nolint fame perire, unless . —
II.II. Praep., with acc, outside of, without, beyond : Iliacos intra muros peccatur et extra, H.: extra portam Collinam.— Apart from, aside from, out of the way of, beyond : esse extra noxiam, T.: extra famam noxae, L.: extra ruinam esse: extra cotidianam consuetudinem, contrary to , Cs.: extra iocum, jesting apart : extra gloriam, without , Ta.Except, excepting, besides : optumam progeniem Priamo peperisti extra me (i. e. me exceptā), Enn. ap. C.: extra unam aniculam, T.: extra ea cave vocem mittas, L.

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