Definition of Meride

1. n. A permanent colony of cells or plastids which may remain isolated, like Rotifer, or may multiply by gemmation to form higher aggregates, termed zoides.

Medical Definition of Meride

1. A permanent colony of cells or plastids which may remain isolated, like Rotifer, or may multiply by gemmation to form higher aggregates, termed zoides. Origin: Gr. A part. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meride

mergesorting
mergesorts
merging
merging(a)
mergings
mergirl
mergirls
merguard
merguez
merhorse
merhusband
meri
mericarp
mericarps
mericlone
meride (current term)
meridian
meridian of cornea
meridianally
meridiani
meridiani bulbi oculi
meridians
meridians of eye
meridianus
meridional
meridional aberration
meridional cleavage
meridional fibres
meridional ray
meridional wind

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