Definition of citra
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Orthography ID = 1002573
1.
LEM
citrā
citer
adverb
  1. on this side, on the hither side
  2. on this side, nearer
Abbreviations
citrā adv. and praep. citer. I. Adv, on this side, on the hither side: (dextera) nec citra mota nec ultra, neither this way nor that, O.

—On this side, nearer: id a capite arcessere: saepe etiam citra licet, not so far: paucis citra milibus, L.

— Fig.: citra quam debuit, less than, O.

—II. Praep. with acc, on this side of: esse citra Rhenum, Cs.: citra Leucadem stadia CXX: citra flumen intercepti, L.: natus mare citra, H.: exercitum citra {*}umen educere.

—Before, short of: nec a postremā syllabā citra tertiam, before the third syllable.

— Fig., of time, before, within: citra Troiana tempora, O.

—Short of, inferior to, within, less than: Nec virtus citra genus est, unworthy of the family, O.: citra necem constitit ira, O.: citra fidem, i. e. reason for distrust, Ta.: fines, Quos ultra citraque, etc., H.

— Without, aside, from, except: citra speciem, not ornamental, Ta.: citra Caledoniam (Britannia), Ta.
 
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