To place when you look at the earth and cover along with it.
especially To bury; inhume; devote a grave, or, by extension, in a tomb of any sort.
A Latin preposition definition ‘between’ or ‘among,’ used in some Latin phrases happening in English books, as in inter nos (between or among ourselves), inter arma hushed leges (guidelines are hushed among arms—that is, with time of war), etc., and extremely typical as a prefix. See inter-.
A Middle English as a type of enter.
a typical prefix meaning ‘between’ or ‘among’ or ‘during,’ happening in several English terms obtained from the Latin, either right or through center English and Old French or French forms (becoming then in Middle English in addition enter-, and thus retained in a few modern forms: see enter-), or created in English on Latin model.