interlinear

interlinear

[in-ter-lin-ee-er]
adjective
1.
situated or inserted between lines, as of the lines of print in a book: a Latin text with interlinear translation.
2.
having interpolated lines; interlined.
3.
having the same text in various languages set in alternate lines: the interlinear Bible.
noun
4.
a book, especially a textbook, having interlinear matter, as a translation.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin interlīneāris. See interline1, -ar1

interlinearly, adverb
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interlinear or interlineal (ˌɪntəˈlɪnɪə)
 
adj
1.  written or printed between lines of text
2.  written or printed with the text in different languages or versions on alternate lines
 
interlineal or interlineal
 
adj
 
inter'linearly or interlineal
 
adv
 
inter'lineally or interlineal
 
adv

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