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endamoeba any of various one-celled organisms parasitic to invertebrates, one of which causes dysentery in humans; entamoeba.
endanger to cause to be exposed to danger.
endangered exposed to danger. [2 definitions]
endangered species a species of plant or animal that is in danger of becoming extinct.
endear to cause to be loved or cherished.
endearing inspiring or expressing warm affection.
endearment a loving or affectionate act, word, or gesture. [2 definitions]
endeavor to make an earnest effort; strive. [2 definitions]
endemic common in, native to, or restricted to a given place or population. [2 definitions]
ending the last part; conclusion, esp. of a narrative or dramatic plot. [2 definitions]
endive chicory, or a related plant, the leaves of which are used cooked or uncooked in salads.
endless being or seeming boundless; infinite; limitless. [3 definitions]
end line either of two lines, one at each end of a basketball court, football field, or the like, that marks the limit of the playing area.
endmost located nearest to the end; furthest; last.
endo- within; inside.
endoblast see endoderm.
endocarditis inflammation of the thin membrane lining the inside of the heart.
endocarp the inner layer of a ripened plant ovary such as a fruit pit.
endocrine of a gland, releasing a secretion directly into the bodily fluids, as do the thyroid and adrenals, rather than through ducts. [4 definitions]
endocrinology the science of the structure, functions, and secretions of endocrine glands.
endoderm the inner layer of cells of an embryo, which develops into the linings of the digestive tract, certain glands, and other internal organs.