- a secondary morphological unit, consisting of two monads: a chromosome dyad.
- the double chromosomes resulting from the separation of the four chromatids of a tetrad.
- two persons involved in an ongoing relationship or interaction.
- the relationship or interaction itself.
How to use dyad in a sentence
Does he mean that the non-hetero-dyad family is a “political notion”?
Back in 1980, when they met at a furniture store in Dallas, Hill and Wilson were a confirmed dyad for 10 years.
Some Dyad was then produced, which the respondent did not know to be a Dyad; accordingly he did not know it to be even.
The respondent was asked, Do you know that every Dyad is even?
When you say a line, do you mean a dyad in length Form in Matter?
Two, or the dyad, is the origin of contrasts and separation, and is an evil principle.Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing|George Barton Cutten
What is to become two, must partake of the Dyad: what is to become one, of the Monad.