|prep.||1.||Under, or lower in place; beneath not so high; |
|2.||Inferior to in rank, excellence, dignity, value, amount, price, etc.; lower in quality.|
|3.||Unworthy of; unbefitting; beneath.|
They beheld, with a just loathing and disdain, . . . how below all history the persons and their actions were.
|adv.||1.||In a lower place, with respect to any object; in a lower room; beneath.|
|2.||On the earth, as opposed to the heavens.|
|3.||In hell, or the regions of the dead.|
|4.||In court or tribunal of inferior jurisdiction; |
|5.||In some part or page following.|
|Adv.||1.||below - in or to a place that is lower|
|2.||below - at a later place; "see below"|
|3.||below - (in writing) see below; "vide infra"|
|4.||below - on a floor below; "the tenants live downstairs"|
|5.||below - further down; "see under for further discussion"|
BELOW. Lower in place, beneath, not so high as some other thing spoken of,
of tacitly referred to.
2. The court below is an inferior court, whose, proceedings may be examined on error by a superior court, which is called the court above.
3. Bail below is that given to the sheriff in bailable actions, which is so called to distinguish it from bail to t-he action, which is called bail above. See Above; Bail above; Bail below.