latero-, later-, lateri-, -lateral, -laterally

(Latin: side, sideways; flank)

1. Affecting both the right and the left sides.
2. Pertaining to, or affecting both sides.
1. In politics, involving or carried out by two groups; especially, the political representatives of two countries.
2. Relating to or affecting both of two sides; bilateralism, bilaterally.
3. Arranged symmetrically on opposite sides of an axis.
collateral (adjective) (not comparable)
collateral (s) (noun), collaterals (pl)
1, In financial situations, property or goods used as security for a loan and forfeited if the loan is not repaid.
2. A relative descended from the same ancestor as another person but through a different set of parents, grandparents, and other earlier relatives.
3. Etymology: from medieval Latin collateralis, literally "side by side with", from Latin lateralis, "on the side".
collateral damage (s) (noun), collateral damages (pl)
Casualties and destruction inflicted on civilians during military operations: "Collateral damage consists of blasted homes and civilian deaths and injuries as described by military spokespeople."
dorsolateral (adjective), more dorsolateral, most dorsolateral
Relating to both the back and the side of a part of the body.
1. Having all sides or faces equal.
2. A geometric figure in which all the sides are of equal length.
1. Referring to a figure having all its sides equal.
2. Descriptive of a side equivalent, or equal, to others.