1 Written or printed between the lines of a text.
1.1 (of a book) having the same text in different languages printed on alternate lines.Origin
Late Middle English: from medieval Latin interlinearis, from inter- ‘between’ + Latin linearis (from linea ‘line’).


(interlinear writing)
I would write here.
I wŭrde hier schreiben.
Two languages together.
Zwei Sprachen zusammen.
:? ———————– :?


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