- infra dig,
- infra dig.,
Origin of infra
Origin of infra-
Examples from the Web for infra
For further on the same subject see the last chapter, infra, on "The New Morality."Civilisation: Its Cause and Cure|Edward Carpenter
See references to the blood-stained covenant-tree, in Appendix, infra.The Blood Covenant|H. Clay Trumbull
Infra quem quidem terminum præfatus Gulielmus concilia dicti Johannis Hyndlee magistri sui celanda celabit.The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert
They further declare that it is "infra dignitatem" for the President of the Transvaal to be a member of a Commission.Cetywayo and his White Neighbours|H. Rider Haggard
Byron reflects upon his paradoxes and superficiality in Note II., infra.The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2|George Gordon Byron
Word Origin for infra-
"under, below, further on," from Latin infra (see infra-).
word-forming element from Latin infra (adv., prep.) "below, underneath, beneath; later than, smaller, inferior to," from PIE *ndher "under" (cf. Sanskrit adnah "below," Old English under "under, among;" see under). Opposed to super-. Its use as a prefix was rare in Latin.