Webster's Dictionary, 1913

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Entoblast noun [ Ento- + -blast .] (Biol.) The inner germ layer; endoderm. See Nucleolus .

Entobronchium noun ; plural Entobronchia . [ See Ento- , and Bronchia .] (Anat.) One of the main bronchi in the lungs of birds.

Entocuneiform, Entocuniform noun [ Ento- + cuneiform , cuniform .] (Anat.) One of the bones of the tarsus. See Cuneiform .

Entoderm noun [ Ento- + Greek ... skin.] (Biol.) See Endoderm , and Illust. of Blastoderm .

Entodermal, Entodermic adjective (Biol.) Relating to the entoderm.

Entogastric adjective [ Ento- + Greek ... the stomach.] (Zoology) Pertaining to the interior of the stomach; -- applied to a mode of budding from the interior of the gastric cavity, in certain hydroids.

Entogenous adjective [ Ento- + -genous .] (Biol.) See Endogenous .

Entoglossal adjective [ Ento- + Greek ... the tongue.] (Anat.) Within the tongue; -- applied to the glossohyal bone.

Entoil transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Entoiled ; present participle & verbal noun Entoiling .] To take with toils or bring into toils; to insnare. [ R.]

Entoiled in woofed phantasies.
Keats.

Entomb transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Entombed ; present participle & verbal noun Entombing .] [ Prefix en- + tomb : confer Old French entomber .] To deposit in a tomb, as a dead body; to bury; to inter; to inhume. Hooker.

Entombment noun The act of entombing or burying, or state of being entombed; burial. Barrow.

Entomere noun [ Ento- + - mere .] (Biol.) The more granular cells, which finally become internal, in many segmenting ova, as those of mammals.

Entomic, Entomical adjective [ Greek ... insect. See Entomology .] (Zoology) Relating to insects; entomological.

Entomoid adjective [ Greek ... insect + -oid .] (Zoology) Resembling an insect. -- noun An object resembling an insect.

Entomolin noun [ Greek ... insect.] (Chemistry) See Chitin .

Entomolite noun [ Greek ... insect + -lite .] (Paleon.) A fossil insect.

Entomologic, Entomological adjective [ Confer French entomologique .] Of or relating to entomology. -- En`to*mo*log"ic*al*ly , adverb

Entomologist noun [ Confer French entomologiste .] One versed in entomology.

Entomologize intransitive verb To collect specimens in the study of entomology. C. Kingsley.

Entomology noun ; plural Entomologies . [ Greek 'e`ntomon insect (so called because nearly cut in two, from 'e`ntomos cut in; 'en in + te`mnein to cut) + -logy : confer French entomologie . See In , and Tome , and confer Insect .]
1. That part of zoölogy which treats of insects.

2. A treatise on the science of entomology.

Entomophaga noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek 'e`ntomon an insect + fagei^n to eat.] (Zoology)
1. One of a group of hymenopterous insects whose larvæ feed parasitically upon living insects. See Ichneumon , 2.

2. A group of marsupials which are partly insectivorous, as the opossum.

3. A group of edentates, including the ant- eaters.

Entomophagan adjective (Zoology) Relating to the Entomophaga. -- noun One of the Entomophaga.

Entomophagous adjective (Zoology) Feeding on insects; insectivorous.

Entomophilous adjective [ Greek ... insect + ... a lover.] (Botany) Fertilized by the agency of insects; -- said of plants in which the pollen is carried to the stigma by insects.

Entomostraca noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ... cut in pieces + ... burnt clay, the hard shell of Testacea.] (Zoology) One of the subclasses of Crustacea, including a large number of species, many of them minute. The group embraces several orders; as the Phyllopoda, Ostracoda, Copepoda, and Pectostraca. See Copepoda , Phyllopoda , and Cladocera .

Entomostracan adjective (Zoology) Relating to the Entomostraca. -- noun One of the Entomostraca.

Entomostracous adjective (Zoology) Belonging to the Entomostracans.

Entomotomist noun One who practices entomotomy.

Entomotomy noun [ Greek ... insect + te`mnein to cut.] The science of the dissection of insects.

Entonic adjective [ Greek ... strained, from ... to strain. See Entasis .] (Medicine) Having great tension, or exaggerated action. Dunglison.

Entoperipheral adjective [ Ento- + peripheral .] (Physiol.) Being, or having its origin, within the external surface of the body; -- especially applied to feelings, such as hunger, produced by internal disturbances. Opposed to epiperipheral .

Entophyte noun [ Ento- + Greek ... a plant.] (Medicine) A vegetable parasite subsisting in the interior of the body.

Entophytic adjective Of or pertaining to entophytes; as, an entophytic disease.

Entoplasm noun [ Ento- + Greek ... anything formed.] (Biol.) (a) The inner granular layer of protoplasm in a developing ovum. (b) Endosarc.

Entoplastic adjective [ Ento- + Greek ... to mold.] (Biol.) Pertaining to, or composed of, entoplasm; as, the entoplastic products of some Protozoa, or the entoplastic modification of the cell protoplasm, by which a nucleus is produced.

Entoplastron noun ; plural Entoplastra . [ Ento- + plastron .] (Anat.) The median plate of the plastron of turtles; -- called also entosternum .

Entoprocta noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ... within + ... the anus.] (Zoology) A group of Bryozoa in which the anus is within the circle of tentacles. See Pedicellina .

Entoptic adjective [ Ent- + optic .] (Physiol.) Relating to objects situated within the eye; esp., relating to the perception of objects in one's own eye.

Entorganism noun [ Ent- + organism .] (Biol.) An internal parasitic organism.

Entortilation noun [ French entortiller to twist; prefix en- (L. in ) + tortiller to twist.] A turning into a circle; round figures. [ Obsolete] Donne.

Entosternum noun ; plural Entosterna . [ New Latin See Ento- , and Sternum .] (Anat.) See Entoplastron . - - En`to*ster"nal adjective

Entosthoblast noun [ Greek 'e`ntosthe from within + -blast .] (Biol.) The granule within the nucleolus or entoblast of a nucleated cell. Agassiz.

Entothorax noun [ Ento- + thorax .] (Zoology) See Endothorax .

Entotic adjective [ Ent- + Greek ..., ..., the ear.] (Anat.) Pertaining to the interior of the ear.

Entourage (äN`tō`rȧzh") noun [ French] Surroundings; specif., collectively, one's attendants or associates.

The entourage and mode of life of the mikados were not such as to make of them able rulers.
B. H. Chamberlain.

Entozoa noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ... within + ... an animal.] (Zoology)
1. A group of worms, including the tapeworms, flukes, roundworms, etc., most of which live parasitically in the interior of other animals; the Helminthes.

2. An artificial group, including all kinds of animals living parasitically in others.

Entozoal, Entozoic adjective (Zoology) Pertaining to, or consisting of, the Entozoa.

Entozoölogist noun [ Entozoön + -logy + -ist .] One versed in the science of the Entozoa.

Entozoön noun ; plural Entozoa . [ New Latin See Entozoa .] (Zoology) One of the Entozoa.

Entr'acte noun [ French Confer Interact .]
1. The interval of time which occurs between the performance of any two acts of a drama.

2. A dance, piece of music, or interlude, performed between two acts of a drama.