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īmus
adjective I class

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inmost, deepest, bottommost, last

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ab or ex imo || vox ima || ab imo = from below || ab imis unguibus = from the tip of the nails (from the toes) || ab radicibus imis = [deeply rooted wheat] with all their roots || ad imam (quercum) = at the foot (of the oak) || ad manis imos = until the deep underworld || ad imas radices capillorum = up to the root of the hair || cavea prima or ima || ad imas umbras descendere = to go down to the shadows (= in the deepest) || a vertice ad imos talos = from the tip of the head down to the heels (from head to toe) || apud imas Esquilias || Aetna fundo exaestuat imo || antiquas domos avium cum stirpibus imis || ad ultimum ima corporum velamenta proiciunt || aequa lege Necessitas sortitur insignis et imos || ceteris quoque membris usque ad imos pedes aequalis et congruens || aer ima sui parte maxime varius et inconstans ac mutabilis est


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