Definition of scleroid in English:

scleroid

Syllabification: scle·roid
Pronunciation: /ˈskli(ə)rˌoid, ˈskler-/

Entry from US English dictionary

adjective

Botany & Zoology
  • Having a hard or hardened texture.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Greek sklēros 'hard'.

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