Latin definition for: insideo, insidere, insidi, insessus


  • conjugation: 2nd conjugation


  1. be situated in/on
  2. be troublesome (to)
  3. inhabit (area)
  4. lie in ambush (in)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)

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