Webster's Dictionary, 1913

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Cystidean noun (Zoology) One of the Cystidea.

Cystine noun [ See Cyst .] (Physiol. Chem.) A white crystalline substance, C 3 H 7 NSO 2 , containing sulphur, occuring as a constituent of certain rare urinary calculi, and occasionally found as a sediment in urine.

Cystis noun [ New Latin ] A cyst. See Cyst .

Cystitis noun [ Cyst + -itis : confer French cystite .] (Medicine) Inflammation of the bladder.

Cystocarp noun [ Greek ............ bladder + karpo`s fruit.] (Botany) A minute vesicle in a red seaweed, which contains the reproductive spores.

Cystocele noun [ Greek ............ bladder + ......... tumor: confer French cystocele .] (Medicine) Hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes; vesical hernia.

Cystoid, Cystoidean noun Same as Cystidean .

Cystoidea noun Same as Cystidea .

Cystolith noun [ Greek ............ bladder + -lith .]
1. (Botany) A concretion of mineral matter within a leaf or other part of a plant.

2. (Medicine) A urinary calculus.

Cystolithic adjective (Medicine) Relating to stone in the bladder.

Cystoplast noun [ Greek ............ bladder + ......... to form.] (Biol.) A nucleated cell having an envelope or cell wall, as a red blood corpuscle or an epithelial cell; a cell concerned in growth.

Cystose adjective Containing, or resembling, a cyst or cysts; cystic; bladdery.

Cystotome noun [ Greek ......... bladder + ............ to cut: confer French cystotome .] (Surg.) A knife or instrument used in cystotomy.

Cystotomy noun [ Greek ............ bladder + ............ to cut: confer French cystotomie .] The act or practice of opening cysts; esp., the operation of cutting into the bladder, as for the extraction of a calculus.

Cytherean adjective [ Latin Cythereus , from Cythera , Greek ........., now Cerigo , an island in the Ægean Sea, celebrated for the worship of Venus.] Pertaining to the goddess Venus.

Cytoblast noun [ Greek ............ hollow vessel + -blast .] (Biol.) The nucleus of a cell; the germinal or active spot of a cellule, through or in which cell development takes place.

Cytoblastema noun [ New Latin , from Greek ......... hollow vessel + ............ growth.] (Biol.) See Protoplasm .

Cytococcus noun ; plural Cytococci (-s...). [ New Latin , from Greek ......... hollow vessel + ............ kernel.] (Biol.) The nucleus of the cytula or parent cell. Hæckel.

Cytode noun [ Greek ............ hollow vessel, from ............. See Cyst .] (Biol.) A nonnucleated mass of protoplasm, the supposed simplest form of independent life differing from the amoeba , in which nuclei are present.

Cytogenesis noun [ Greek ............ hollow vessel + English genesis .] (Biol.) Development of cells in animal and vegetable organisms. See Gemmation , Budding , Karyokinesis ; also Cell development , under Cell .

Cytogenic adjective (Biol.) Of or pertaining to cytogenesis or cell development.

Cytogenous adjective (Anat.) Producing cells; -- applied esp. to lymphatic, or adenoid, tissue.

Cytogeny n . (Biol.) Cell production or development; cytogenesis.

Cytoid adjective [ Greek ............ hollow vessel + -oid .] (Physiol.) Cell-like; -- applied to the corpuscles of lymph, blood, chyle, etc.

Cytoplasm noun [ Greek ............ hollow vessel + ............ a mold.] (Biol.) The substance of the body of a cell, as distinguished from the karyoplasma , or substance of the nucleus. -- Cy`to*plas"mic (-pl...z"m...k) adjective

Cytula noun [ New Latin , from Greek ............ a hollow vessel.] (Biol.) The fertilized egg cell or parent cell, from the development of which the child or other organism is formed. Hæckel.

Czar (zär) noun [ Russian tsare , from Latin Caesar Cæsar; confer OPol. czar , Pol. car . ] A king; a chief; the title of the emperor of Russia. [ Written also tzar .]

Czarevna noun [ Russian tsarevna .] The title of the wife of the czarowitz.

Czarina noun [ Confer German Zarin , Czarin , fem., Russian tsaritsa .] The title of the empress of Russia.

Czarinian adjective Of or pertaining to the czar or the czarina; czarish.

Czarish adjective Of or pertaining to the czar.

Czarowitz noun ; plural Czarowitzes (- ...z). [ Russian tsarévich' .] The title of the eldest son of the czar of Russia.