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Intro-
Intro- In"tro- [L. intro, adv., inwardly, within. See Inter-.] A prefix signifying within, into, in, inward; as, introduce, introreception, introthoracic.
Introcession
Introcession In`tro*ces"sion, n. [L. introcedere, introcessum, to go in; intro within + cedere to go.] (Med.) A depression, or inward sinking of parts.
Introduce
Introduce In`tro*duce", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Introduced; p. pr. & vb. n. Introducing.] [L. introducere, introductum; intro within + ducere to lead. See Intro-, and Duke.] 1. To lead or bring in; to conduct or usher in; as, to introduce a person into a drawing-room. 2. To put (something into a place); to insert; as, to introduce the finger, or a probe. 3. To lead to and make known by formal announcement or recommendation; hence, to cause to be acquainted; as, to introduce strangers; to introduce one person to another. 4. To bring into notice, practice, cultivation, or use; as, to introduce a new fashion, method, or plant. 5. To produce; to cause to exist; to induce. [Obs.] Whosoever introduces habits in children, deserves the care and attention of their governors. --Locke. 6. To open to notice; to begin; to present; as, he introduced the subject with a long preface. Syn: To bring in; usher in; insert; begin; preface.
Introduced
Introduce In`tro*duce", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Introduced; p. pr. & vb. n. Introducing.] [L. introducere, introductum; intro within + ducere to lead. See Intro-, and Duke.] 1. To lead or bring in; to conduct or usher in; as, to introduce a person into a drawing-room. 2. To put (something into a place); to insert; as, to introduce the finger, or a probe. 3. To lead to and make known by formal announcement or recommendation; hence, to cause to be acquainted; as, to introduce strangers; to introduce one person to another. 4. To bring into notice, practice, cultivation, or use; as, to introduce a new fashion, method, or plant. 5. To produce; to cause to exist; to induce. [Obs.] Whosoever introduces habits in children, deserves the care and attention of their governors. --Locke. 6. To open to notice; to begin; to present; as, he introduced the subject with a long preface. Syn: To bring in; usher in; insert; begin; preface.
Introducement
Introducement In`tro*duce"ment, n. Introduction. [Obs.]
Introducer
Introducer In`tro*du"cer, n. One who, or that which, introduces.
Introducing
Introduce In`tro*duce", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Introduced; p. pr. & vb. n. Introducing.] [L. introducere, introductum; intro within + ducere to lead. See Intro-, and Duke.] 1. To lead or bring in; to conduct or usher in; as, to introduce a person into a drawing-room. 2. To put (something into a place); to insert; as, to introduce the finger, or a probe. 3. To lead to and make known by formal announcement or recommendation; hence, to cause to be acquainted; as, to introduce strangers; to introduce one person to another. 4. To bring into notice, practice, cultivation, or use; as, to introduce a new fashion, method, or plant. 5. To produce; to cause to exist; to induce. [Obs.] Whosoever introduces habits in children, deserves the care and attention of their governors. --Locke. 6. To open to notice; to begin; to present; as, he introduced the subject with a long preface. Syn: To bring in; usher in; insert; begin; preface.
Introduct
Introduct In`tro*duct", v. t. To introduce. [Obs.]
Introduction
Introduction In`tro*duc"tion, n. [L. introductio: cf. F. introduction. See Introduce.] 1. The act of introducing, or bringing to notice. 2. The act of formally making persons known to each other; a presentation or making known of one person to another by name; as, the introduction of one stranger to another. 3. That part of a book or discourse which introduces or leads the way to the main subject, or part; preliminary; matter; preface; proem; exordium. 4. A formal and elaborate preliminary treatise; specifically, a treatise introductory to other treatises, or to a course of study; a guide; as, an introduction to English literature.
Introductive
Introductive In`tro*duc"tive, a. [Cf. F. introductif.] Serving to introduce; introductory. -- In`tro*duc"tive*ly, adv.
Introductively
Introductive In`tro*duc"tive, a. [Cf. F. introductif.] Serving to introduce; introductory. -- In`tro*duc"tive*ly, adv.
Introductor
Introductor In`tro*duc"tor, n. [L.] An introducer. [Obs.]
Introductorily
Introductorily In`tro*duc"to*ri*ly, adv. By way of introduction.
Introductory
Introductory In`tro*duc"to*ry, a. [L. itroductorius: cf. F. introductoire.] Serving to introduce something else; leading to the main subject or business; preliminary; prefatory; as, introductory proceedings; an introductory discourse.
Introductress
Introductress In`tro*duc"tress, n. A female introducer.
Introflexed
Introflexed In`tro*flexed", a. Flexed or bent inward.
Introgression
Introgression In`tro*gres"sion, n. [L. introgressus, p. p. of introgredi to go in; intro- within + gradi to step, go.] The act of going in; entrance. --Blount.
Introit
Introit In*tro"it, n. [L. introitus, fr. introire to go into, to enter; intro within + ire to go: cf. F. introit.] 1. A going in. --Caxton. 2. (R. C. Ch.) (a) A psalm sung or chanted immediately before the collect, epistle, and gospel, and while the priest is entering within the rails of the altar. (b) A part of a psalm or other portion of Scripture read by the priest at Mass immediately after ascending to the altar. 3. (R. C. Ch.) An anthem or psalm sung before the Communion service. 4. Any composition of vocal music appropriate to the opening of church services.
Intromission
Intromission In`tro*mis"sion, n. [Cf. F. intromission. See Intromit.] 1. The act of sending in or of putting in; insertion. --South. 2. The act of letting go in; admission. 3. (Scots Law) An intermeddling with the affairs of another, either on legal grounds or without authority.
Intromit
Intromit In`tro*mit", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Intromitted; p. pr. & vb. n. Intromitting.] [L. intromittere, intromissum; intro- within + mittere to send.] 1. To send in or put in; to insert or introduce. --Greenhill. 2. To allow to pass in; to admit. Glass in the window intromits light, without cold. --Holder.
Intromit
Intromit In`tro*mit", v. i. (Scots Law) To intermeddle with the effects or goods of another.
Intromitted
Intromit In`tro*mit", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Intromitted; p. pr. & vb. n. Intromitting.] [L. intromittere, intromissum; intro- within + mittere to send.] 1. To send in or put in; to insert or introduce. --Greenhill. 2. To allow to pass in; to admit. Glass in the window intromits light, without cold. --Holder.
Intromittent
Intromittent In`tro*mit"tent, a. [L. intromittens, p. pr.] 1. Throwing, or allowing to pass, into or within. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Used in copulation; -- said of the external reproductive organs of the males of many animals, and sometimes of those of the females.
Intromitter
Intromitter In`tro*mit"ter, n. One who intromits.
Intromitting
Intromit In`tro*mit", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Intromitted; p. pr. & vb. n. Intromitting.] [L. intromittere, intromissum; intro- within + mittere to send.] 1. To send in or put in; to insert or introduce. --Greenhill. 2. To allow to pass in; to admit. Glass in the window intromits light, without cold. --Holder.
Intropression
Intropression In`tro*pres"sion, n. Pressure acting within. [R.]
Introreception
Introreception In`tro*re*cep"tion, n. The act of admitting into or within. --Hammond.
Introrse
Introrse In*trorse", a. [L. introrsus inward, contr. from introversus. See Introvert.] (Bot.) Turning or facing inward, or toward the axis of the part to which it belongs. --Gray.
Introspect
Introspect In`tro*spect", v. t. [L. introspectus, p. p. introspicere to look into; intro within + specere to look. See Spy.] To look into or within; to view the inside of. --Bailey.
Introspectionist
Introspectionist In`tro*spec"tion*ist, n. (Metaph.) One given to the introspective method of examining the phenomena of the soul.

Meaning of Intro from wikipedia

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