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Definition of Dyad

Dyad
Dyad Dy"ad, n. [L. dyas, dyadis, the number two. Gr. ?: cf. F. dyade. See two, and cf. Duad.] 1. Two units treated as one; a couple; a pair. 2. (Chem.) An element, atom, or radical having a valence or combining power of two.
Dyad
Dyad Dy"ad, a. (Chem.) Having a valence or combining power of two; capable of being substituted for, combined with, or replaced by, two atoms of hydrogen; as, oxygen and calcium are dyad elements. See Valence.

Meaning of Dyad from wikipedia

- Dyad or dyade may refer to: Dyad (biology), a pair of sister chromatids Dyad (music), a set of two notes or pitches Dyad (Gr**** philosophy), Gr**** philosophers'...
- In sociology, a dyad (from the Gr****: δυάς dyás, "pair") is a group of two people, the smallest possible social group. As an adjective, "dyadic" describes...
- The Dyad is a title used by the Pythagoreans for the number two, representing the principle of "twoness" or "otherness". Numenius of Apamea, a Neopythagorean...
- In genetics, dyad symmetry refers to two areas of a DNA strand whose base pair sequences are inverted repeats of each other. They are often described as...
- In music, a dyad (less commonly, diad) is a set of two notes or pitches that, in particular contexts, may imply a chord. Dyads can be classified by the...
- together by a common centromere. A pair of sister chromatids is called a dyad. Once sister chromatids have separated (during the anaphase of mitosis or...
- Dyad is Michael Brodsky's fourth novel. It is narrated by an urban lowlife known only as X—. He is hired by the dying tycoon Jamms, who wants X— to convince...
- Dyad is a downloadable game for PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows, with OS X and Linux versions planned for a later release. It was developed and published...
- in 1813 applied to Mexico. Today, Northern America includes the Canada–US dyad, developed countries that exhibit very high Human Development Indexes and...
- The Vertical Dyad Linkage Theory is a theory that deals with the individual dyadic relationships formed between leaders and their subordinates. It is also...