- Literary. India.
- Obsolete. the Indies.
Origin of Ind
1175–1225; Middle English Inde < Old French Inde < Latin India India
- variant of indo- before a vowel: indamine.
- in the name of God.
Origin of I.N.D.
From the Latin word in nōmine Deī
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Examples from the Web for ind
From ind to ind of the land, the downtrodden serfs of Ireland are rising in their millions.My New Curate
So she 'olds the brat, and I never sees it agin; and there's an ind of the bother!'Lucretia, Complete
Begorra thin, was it this Ind ye'd be afther wantin' me to hould?
Things wurrk out in the ind, if we do be doin' the bist we know how.The Long Dim Trail
Forrestine C. Hooker
Begob, it's mesilf that thought ye'd moved to the ind of nowhere.The Doctor
- Also: IDN in nomine Dei
- India (international car registration)
(for sense 1) Latin: in the name of God
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