from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Inserted between the lines of a text.
- adj. Written or printed with different languages or versions in alternating lines.
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- adj. inserted between the lines of a text
- adj. having alternate lines of text in different languages
- n. such a text
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated between the lines; inserted between lines; hence, intermediate: as, interlinear corrections. Also interlineary.
- Having interpolated lines; interlined: as, an interlinear translation (one in which a line of the translated text is followed by a corresponding line of the translation).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. written between lines of text
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Another great interlinear is Comfort’s, that one is much more handy (small & compact) — a nice little hard cover, great for quick reference.
Specifically, I “looked inside,” as Amazon would have it, and I found a sort of interlinear commentary on the Bible.
Contributors are asked to translate the biblical texts (a literal translation) and to enter the translations with the Logos interlinear program (which will be provided with some documentation).
The Syriac Interlinear Project aims at producing a multi-tier interlinear edition of the Syriac Bible.
Gorgias Press will publish a printed edition of the interlinear, a text edition with facing English translation reader's edition, a lectionary of the Gospels and Epistles, a bilingual synopsis of the four Gospels, and possibly other derivative works.
The best is to buy Vincent Hopper's interlinear translation....
I made it through Caesar only with the help of an interlinear “pony.”
Lish had marked up both stories with interlinear changes in heavy black ink.
They developed out of the first Burmese prose that consisted of interlinear glosses and translations from Pali (nissaya), the language of sacred Buddhist texts transmitted from Sri Lanka (Justin McDaniels now at U Penn has studied nissaya in the Tai context).
The Latin hymns of the Anglo-Saxon church: with an interlinear Anglo-Saxon gloss at Google Books