[in-teg-yuh-muh nt] /ɪnˈtɛg yə mənt/
a natural covering, as a skin, shell, or rind.
any covering, coating, enclosure, etc.
the protective layer around an ovule that becomes the seed coat
the outer protective layer or covering of an animal, such as skin or a cuticle
1610s, from Latin integumentum “a covering,” from integere “to cover over,” from in- “in, upon” (see in- (2)) + tegere “to cover” (see stegosaurus).
integument in·teg·u·ment (ĭn-těg’yu-mənt)
in·teg’u·men’ta·ry (-měn’tə-rē, -měn’trē) adj.
A natural outer covering of an animal or plant or of one of its parts, such as skin, a shell, or the part of a plant ovule that develops into a seed coat.
[in-teg-yuh-men-tuh-ree] /ɪnˌtɛg yəˈmɛn tə ri/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or like an . adj. 1826, from integument + -ary.
[in-tel] /ˈɪn tɛl/ noun, Informal. 1. (defs 4, 6). /ˈɪntɛl/ noun (informal) 1. noun abbr. for intelligence, esp. military or business; information Intel Corporation intelligent
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