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-id

 word element [Gr.],
1. having the shape of, resembling.
2. anid reactionassociated with the disorder specified by the root word.

-id

(id),
1. A state of sensitivity of the skin in which a part remote from the primary lesion reacts ("id reaction") to substances of the pathogen, giving rise to a secondary inflammatory lesion.
2. Small, young specimen.

-id

word element [Gr.],
1. having the shape of, resembling.
2. an id reaction associated with the disorder specified by the root word.

-id

1 suffix meaning "structure or body": plasmid, protoconid, talonid, trigonid.
2 suffix meaning "a member of a group": tuberculid.

-id

Suffix denoting a state of sensitivity of the skin in which a part remote from the primary lesion reacts ("-id reaction") to the pathogen, giving rise to a secondary inflammatory lesion; the lesion manifesting the reaction is designated by the use of -id as a suffix.
[G. -eidēs, resembling, through Fr. -ide]

-id

[Gr.] a suffix meaning having the shape of, or resembling.