intramural etymology

English word intramural comes from Latin muralis (Wall (attributive, especially of city walls).), Latin intra (During. Less than. Within; inside Within; inside.)

Detailed word origin of intramural

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
muralis Latin (lat) Wall (attributive, especially of city walls).
intra Latin (lat) During. Less than. Within; inside Within; inside.
intramuralis Latin (lat)
intramural English (eng) A (usually sports) competition between teams belonging to the same school. Within the substance of the walls of an organ.. Within the walls; within one institution, particularly a school.

Words with the same origin as intramural

Descendants of muralis
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Descendants of intra
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