entad definition

  • adverb:
    • inward
    • Toward the inside or main part; out of the surface; -- opposed to ectad.
    • inward
    • Toward the inside or main component; out of the area; -- opposed to ectad.
    • inward
    • Toward the interior or central part; from the area; -- in opposition to ectad.
  • others:
    • In zoology and structure, in a direction from without inward, or in, to, or toward a predicament or position fairly nearer the middle or main parts (than something else); in, on, or to the interior or inner part: opposed to ectad: because, the corium lies entad for the cuticle.
    • In zoology and physiology, in a direction from without inward, or in, to, or toward a predicament or position reasonably nearer the center or main components (than another thing); in, on, or even to the within or inner side: in opposition to ectad: because, the corium lies entad associated with the cuticle.
    • In zoology and anatomy, in a direction from without inward, or in, to, or toward a situation or position fairly nearer the guts or central parts (than another thing); in, on, or even the interior or inner part: in opposition to ectad: as, the corium lies entad associated with the cuticle.
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