[in-ter-seks] /ˈɪn tərˌsɛks/ Biology
an individual having reproductive organs or external sexual characteristics of both male and female.
noting or relating to such an individual; intersexual.
the condition of having characteristics intermediate between those of a male and a female
an individual, esp a person, exhibiting such physiological characteristics Compare gynandromorph, hermaphrodite (sense 1), hermaphrodite (sense 2)
“one having characteristics of both sexes,” 1917, from German intersexe (1915); see inter- + sex. Coined by German-born U.S. geneticist Richard Benedict Goldschmidt (1878-1958). Related: Intersexual; intersexuality.
[in-ter-sek-shoo-uh l or, esp. British, -seks-yoo-] /ˌɪn tərˈsɛk ʃu əl or, esp. British, -ˈsɛks yu-/ adjective 1. existing between the sexes; done or used by both sexes: an intersexual tennis competition. 2. Biology. relating to or having the characteristics of an . /ˌɪntəˈsɛksjʊəl/ adjective 1. occurring or existing between the sexes 2. relating to or […]
- Intersil 6100
programming (IMS 6100) A single chip design of the DEC PDP-8 minicomputer. The old PDP-8 design was very strange, and if it hadn’t been popular, an awkward CPU like the 6100 would never been designed. The 6100 was a 12-bit processor, which had three registers: the PC, AC (accumulator), and MQ. All 2-operand instructions read […]
- Intersil 6120
processor (IMS 6120) An improved version of the Intersil 6100. The 6120 was used in the DECmate. [Details?] (1994-11-23)
[in-ter-puh-zish-uh n] /ˌɪn tər pəˈzɪʃ ən/ noun 1. the act or fact of or the condition of being . 2. something . 3. the doctrine that an individual state of the U.S. may oppose any federal action it believes encroaches on its sovereignty. /ˌɪntəpəˈzɪʃən/ noun 1. something interposed 2. the act of interposing or the […]