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definition of the word in-

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From Latin in-, "not", or "in", "into".

in-

  1. Used with certain words to reverse their meaning
    Note: Before certain letters, the n. changes to another letter:
    1. Added to adjectives to mean not
      inedible
      inaccurate
    2. Added to nouns to mean lacking or without
      incredulity
      ineptitude
  2. Prefixed to certain words to give the senses of in, into, towards, within.
    inbreed
    inbound

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From Latin in.

in- (before l il-, before b, m, or p im-, before r ir-)

  1. in- ; un- (reversal of meaning or lack of an attribute)


in-
  1. prepended to a noun or adjective, it reinforces the quality signified thereby


From in (in). More at in

in-

  1. in, into; on, upon
    inblāwan (to inspire, breathe upon)
    inēodan (to enter)
    inēþung (inspiration)
  2. internal, positioned on the inside, inside
    incoþu (internal disease)
    indryhten (distinguished, noble, courtly, excellent) < indryhtu (honor, glory, nobility)
  3. (intensifying) very
    infrōd "very old, experienced, wise" < frōd "wise"

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