cf. inferus, lowest, last (cf. īmus, but of the lowest of several objects, infimus is used): radices montis, Cs.: cum scripsissem haec infima: arā, lowest part: sub infimo colle, foot, Cs.: collis passūs circiter CC infimus apertus, at the bottom, Cs.—As subst n., the lowest part, bottom: collis leniter ab infimo acclivis, at the foot, Cs.: ad infimum, at the bottom, Cs.—Fig., lowest, meanest, basest: esse infra infumos Homines, T.: quisquam: faex populi: infimo loco natus: summos cum infimis pari iure retinebat: preces, most humble, L.
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