verb (used with object), incised, incising.
to cut into; cut marks, figures, etc., upon.
to make (marks, figures, etc.) by cutting; engrave; carve.
(transitive) to produce (lines, a design, etc) by cutting into the surface of (something) with a sharp tool
1540s, from French inciser (15c.), from Old French enciser (12c.), from Latin incisus, past participle of incidere “to cut into, cut through” (see incision). Related: Incised; incising.
incise in·cise (ĭn-sīz’)
v. in·cised, in·cis·ing, in·cis·es
To cut into with a sharp instrument.
/ɪnˈsaɪzɪˌfɔːm/ adjective 1. (zoology) having the shape of an incisor tooth
- Incised wound
incised wound n. A wound characterized by a clean cut, as by a sharp instrument.
[in-sizh-uh n] /ɪnˈsɪʒ ən/ noun 1. a cut, gash, or notch. 2. the act of . 3. a cutting into, especially for surgical purposes. 4. ; keenness. /ɪnˈsɪʒən/ noun 1. the act of incising 2. a cut, gash, or notch 3. a cut made with a knife during a surgical operation 4. any indentation in […]
- Incisional hernia
incisional hernia in·ci·sion·al hernia (ĭn-sĭzh’ə-nəl) n. A hernia occurring through an incision or scar.