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interior ius, gen. ōris

inter, inner, interior, middle: aedium pars: spatium, O.: In interiore parte ut maneam, i. e. in the women's apartment, T.: domus, inner part, V.: epistula, body: motu cietur interiore et suo: nationes, farther inland.— Plur. n. as subst, the inner parts, middle: aedium: regni, L.Plur m. as subst: plerique, of those farther from the sea, Cs.: interiores fossas explent, the garrison, Cs.—In the race-course, nearer the goal, on the left: rota, O.: gyrus, H.: Ille . . . Radit iter laevum interior (to shorten the course), V.Nearer: toto corpore interior periculo volneris factus, i. e. too near to be wounded, L.: ictibus, within reach of, L.Inner: nota Falerni, i. e. longest in the cellar, H.—Fig., deeper, more piercing: timor.—More hidden, more recondite, more profound: nunc interiora videamus: consilia, N.: haec interiora, more personal (opp. illa externa).— Deeper, more intimate, closer: vicini: amicitia, L.: litterae, more confidential.

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