deme definition

  • noun:
    • one of several townships of ancient Attica.
    • Ecology A local, often stable population of interbreeding organisms of the identical sort or species.
    • A township or other subdivision of old Attica.
    • A distinct local population of plants or pets.
    • A territorial subdivision of Attica (also of modern-day Greece), corresponding to a township.
    • An undifferentiated aggregate of cells or plastids.
    • A subdivision of ancient Attica and of contemporary Greece; a township.
    • In zoology:
    • The tertiary or higher individual resulting from the aggregate integration of merides (see meris); a zoöid.
    • Any undifferentiated aggregate of plastids or monads. See plant.
    • among townships of ancient Attica.
    • Ecology A local, frequently stable populace of interbreeding organisms of the identical kind or species.
    • A township or any other subdivision of ancient Attica.
    • A distinct regional populace of flowers or pets.
    • A territorial subdivision of Attica (also of modern-day Greece), corresponding to a township.
    • An undifferentiated aggregate of cells or plastids.
    • A subdivision of ancient Attica and of contemporary Greece; a township.
    • In zoology:
    • The tertiary or higher individual resulting from the aggregate integration of merides (see meris); a zoöid.
    • Any undifferentiated aggregate of plastids or monads. See extract.
  • others:
    • An obsolete (Middle English) form of deem.
    • An obsolete (Middle English) kind of deem.

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