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inter

[in-tur]
verb (used with object), interred, interring.
1.
to place (a dead body) in a grave or tomb; bury.
2.
Obsolete. to put into the earth.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English enteren < Middle French enterrer, probably < Vulgar Latin *interrāre, derivative of terra earth; see in-2

reinter, verb (used with object), reinterred, reinterring.
uninterred, adjective

enter, inter.
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inter (ɪnˈtɜː)
 
vb , -ters, -terring, -terred
(tr) to place (a body) in the earth; bury, esp with funeral rites
 
[C14: from Old French enterrer, from Latin in-² + terra earth]

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Word Origin & History

inter
c.1300, from O.Fr. enterer, from M.L. interrare "put in the earth, bury," from L. in- "in" + terra "earth" (see terrain).
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inter- pref.

  1. Between; among: interdental.

  2. In the midst of; within: interoceptor.

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inter-  
A prefix meaning "between" or "among," as in interplanetary, located between planets.
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