innor
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innor
Add:I. with reference to a place or thing Innor bið se hierde, se hielt ðá leoma útan interior est custodia, quae servat exterius membra, Past. 359, 4. Férde hé forð ... in þá inran land ...; þá gít hé wilnode hé innor férde, Hml. S. 30, 310. Hine seó ýð gegráp and hine fram lande innor áteáh quem unda rapuit et eum a terra introrsus traxit, Gr. D. 114, 32. II. with reference to position in a room, a place further from the door being a more honourable one. Cf. B. 1976 Hé mót him innor tǽcan stede and setl liceat eum in superiorem constitueret locum, R. Ben. 111, 4.
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