Entry anivony (ivo)
Part of speech adverb [full list]
Explanations in English [root ivo.] The centre, the middle of anything; the thin pieces of wood filling the groove of two adjoining planks or posts fitted together. The anivona was used for this, hence its name; compare aivo. [Richardson 1885]
 in the middle [Hallanger 1973]
Explanations in French au milieu [Hallanger 1974]

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