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Meanings of Dictyonine:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating hexactinellid sponges of the suborder dictyonina, which have a siliceous skeleton formed from fused spicules. formerly also: = dictyonal .

noun

A dictyonine sponge.

Meanings of Dictyosome:

noun

The golgi body, typically consisting of a stack of flattened vesicles (cisternae).

Meanings of Dictyostele:

noun

A type of stele found in certain vascular plants (especially ferns) which is broken up into a network of meristeles separated by parenchymatous areas usually associated with leaf-gaps.

Meanings of Dictyoxylon:

noun

Originally: †any of various carboniferous seed ferns of the former genus dictyoxylon, occurring in the european coal measures as fossil stems having longitudinally-oriented bands of fibres in the outer cortex, often forming an interconnecting network of strands (obsolete). in later use: (attributive) designating this type of cortical structure.

Meanings of Dicyanid:

noun

A compound containing two cyanide groups (—cn) or anions (cn−) in its molecule or empirical formula.

Meanings of Dicyanide:

noun

A compound containing two cyanide groups (—cn) or anions (cn−) in its molecule or empirical formula.

Meanings of Dicyanogen:

noun

The gaseous compound cyanogen, c₂ n₂.

Meanings of Dicyclic:

adjective

Of the base of a crinoid's stem: consisting of two rings of plates. of a crinoid: characterized by such a base.

Meanings of Dicyemid:

noun

Any microscopic worm of the rhombozoan group dicyemida, having a complicated life cycle with two kinds of larvae.

Meanings of Dicyemida:

noun

Any microscopic worm of the rhombozoan group dicyemida, having a complicated life cycle with two kinds of larvae.

Meanings of Dicyemidae:

noun

Any microscopic worm of the rhombozoan group dicyemida, having a complicated life cycle with two kinds of larvae.

Meanings of Dicynodont:

noun

A fossil herbivorous mammal-like reptile of the late permian and triassic periods, with beaked jaws and no teeth apart from two tusks in the upper jaw of the male.

Usage examples:

The skull is an example of convergent evolution with some of the ornithopods and also with the dicy…

Did

dɪd

Meanings of Did:

verb

Perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified).

Usage examples:

Very little work has been done in this field
auxiliary verb

Used before a verb (except be, can, may, ought, shall, will) in questions and negative statements.

Usage examples:

Do you have any pets?
noun

A party or other social event.

Usage examples:

The soccer club christmas do

Past simple of do

Meanings of Didache:

noun

With capital initial. usually with the. an instructional christian treatise of the early 2nd cent.

Meanings of Didachist:

noun

The writer or compiler of the didache.

Meanings of Didact:

noun

A didactic person; specifically a teacher or instructor, especially considered as patronizing or tediously pedantic.

Didactic

daɪˈdæk.tɪk

Meanings of Didactic:

adjective

Intended to teach, particularly in having moral instruction as an ulterior motive.

Usage examples:

A didactic novel that set out to expose social injustice

Meanings of Didactical:

adjective

Didactic.

Didactically

daɪˈdæk.tɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Didactically:

adverb

In a way that is intended to teach, especially in a way that is fixed and unwilling to change

Usage examples:

"that's the way we always do it," smith explained, didactically., his words are didactically inscri…

Meanings of Didactician:

noun

An instructor; a didactic writer.

Meanings of Didacticity:

noun

The quality of being didactic; = "didacticism".

Meanings of Didactics:

noun

The science, art, or practice of teaching.

Meanings of Didactive:

adjective

Didactic.

Meanings of Didactylous:

adjective

= didactyl .

Diddies

ˈdɪdi

Meanings of Diddies:

noun

A fool.

Usage examples:

What a diddy!
adjective

Little.

Usage examples:

A little diddy baby hedgehog

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