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adjective 
  1. lower; under
The disappointed child"s lip quivered.
  1. lying or conceived as lying beneath the earth"s surface.
The regions.
(trans-top, lower)
  • French: inférieur
  • Japanese:ä¸ã® (ããã®, shitano)
    (trans-mid)
    (trans-bottom)
    (trans-top, beneath the earth's surface)
  • French: souterrain
    (trans-mid)
    (trans-bottom)
Etymology: Middle English nether, nethere, nithere, from Old English nithera, from niíer, nithor, adverb, down, downward; akin to Old Saxon nithiri, adjective, nether, nithar, adverb, down, Old High German nidari, nidaro, adjective, nether, nidar, adverb, down, Old Norse nethri, netharri, adjective, nether, nithr, adverb, down; all from a Germanic word that is a compar. of a word akin to Sanskrit ni down; akin to Old English in -- more at IN


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