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Ind

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noun
Literary. India.
Obsolete. the Indies.
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Origin of Ind

1175–1225; Middle English Inde<Old French Inde<Latin IndiaIndia

Other definitions for Ind (2 of 7)

IND

abbreviation Pharmacology.

Other definitions for Ind (3 of 7)

ind-

variant of indo- before a vowel: indamine.

Other definitions for Ind (4 of 7)

ind.

abbreviation

Other definitions for Ind (5 of 7)

in d.

abbreviation
(in prescriptions) daily.

Origin of in d.

From Latin in diēs

Other definitions for Ind (6 of 7)

Ind.

abbreviation
India.
Indian (def. 2). Also Ind
Indiana.
Indies.

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I.N.D.

abbreviation
in the name of God.

Origin of I.N.D.

From Latin in nōmine Deī
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British Dictionary definitions for Ind (1 of 3)

Ind
/ (ɪnd) /

noun
a poetic name for India
an obsolete name for the Indies

British Dictionary definitions for Ind (2 of 3)

IND

abbreviation for
Also: IDN in nomine Dei
India (international car registration)

Word Origin for IND

(for sense 1) Latin: in the name of God

British Dictionary definitions for Ind (3 of 3)

Ind.

abbreviation for
Independent
India
Indian
Indiana
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Medical definitions for Ind

in d.

abbr.
in dies (daily)
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