*noun:*- Two individuals or products thought to be moobs: the mother-daughter dyad.

- Biology One pair of homologous chromosomes caused by the unit of a tetrad during meiosis.
- Chemistry A divalent atom or radical.
- Mathematics A function that draws a correspondence from any vector u towards the vector (v·u)w and it is denoted vw, where v and w tend to be a fixed couple of vectors and v·u could be the scalar item of v and u. For instance, if v = (2,3,1), w = (0,-1,4), and u = (a,b,c), then the dyad vw draws a correspondence from u to (2a + 3b + c)w.
- Mathematics A tensor formed from a vector in a vector space and a linear practical thereon vector space.
- A set of two different facets.
- any pair of two various pitch courses.
- A pair of things standing specifically connection; dyadic relation.
- Two units addressed as one; a couple of; a pair.
- a component, atom, or radical having a valence or combining power of two.
- Two units addressed together; a pair; a few.
- In chem., an elementary substance every one of whose atoms, in combining along with other atoms or particles, is equivalent in saturating power to two atoms of hydrogen.
- In morphology, another device of company, caused by individuation or integration of an aggregate of monads. See monad.
- In math, a manifestation signifying the procedure of multiplying internally by one vector and by another.
- friends or association of two chromosomes in certain cells, including the germ-cells using phases.
- In prosody, a team of two lines having various rhythms.
- two components of the same type
- Two individuals or products considered some: the mother-daughter dyad.
- Biology One pair of homologous chromosomes caused by the unit of a tetrad during meiosis.
- Chemistry A divalent atom or radical.
- Mathematics A function that draws a correspondence from any vector u into the vector (v·u)w and is denoted vw, in which v and w tend to be a fixed couple of vectors and v·u may be the scalar item of v and u. If v = (2,3,1), w = (0,-1,4), and u = (a,b,c), then the dyad vw draws a correspondence from u to (2a + 3b + c)w.
- Mathematics A tensor created from a vector in a vector space and a linear functional on that vector space.
- some two varying elements.
- any pair of two various pitch classes.
- a set of things standing specifically relation; dyadic relation.
- Two devices treated as one; two; a pair.
- An element, atom, or radical having a valence or incorporating energy of two.
- Two devices treated as you; moobs; a couple of.
- In chem., an elementary substance each of whose atoms, in incorporating with other atoms or particles, is equivalent in saturating capacity to two atoms of hydrogen.
- In morphology, another device of business, caused by individuation or integration of an aggregate of monads. See monad.
- In mathematics, a manifestation signifying the operation of multiplying internally by one vector then by another.
- a bunch or organization of two chromosomes in a few cells, such as the germ-cells in some phases.
- In prosody, a group of two outlines having different rhythms.
- two components of similar type

*adjective:*- contains two devices.

- Having a valence or combining energy of two; with the capacity of being replaced for, along with, or changed by, two atoms of hydrogen. See valence.
- comprised of two products.
- Having a valence or incorporating energy of two; capable of being replaced for, along with, or replaced by, two atoms of hydrogen. See valence.

*others:*- identical to dyadic.

- Noting an axis of twofold symmetry. See balance.
- Same as dyadic.
- Noting an axis of twofold symmetry. See balance.

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