Common misspellings for gland:
gaind, galant, claened, clound, gallent, hihgland, goalsand, illand, goind, cliant, clandar, lland, gondi, eiland, gllad, thialnd, yoland, gianed, aland, sland, alland, zelend, girlsand, holand, gladd, lande, glady, closeand, calmand, lanad, glasd, orlanda, sealand, goand, glnced, glassd, galindez, yalland, oaklnd, olant, glanzed, pland, noland, gaiend, lakeand, landy, orland, talend, olando, feland, zeland, clened, talland, qualityand, lagend, glead, glaing, balnd, ghand, cliend, aukland, newland, gigant, glanea, cladd, tiland, dyland, wlanut, gladto, land, claned, girlfirnd, glanze, saland, glaad, valueand, clantro, cluband, thiland, glesoned, queesland, vidgelant, oaklend, callend, feeland, girlfiend, siland, zeleand, calland, egland, glacned, zaland, chicagoland, glaned, gleened, tailand, girnd, viglant, glad, ghandi, zealend, queenland, ragland, landd, icland, claint, glan, tialand, glange, hayland, aucland, okaland, gand, larnd, clanader, okland, vlend, landi, elaned, glaldy, gleand, tieland, glutany, claend, ilind, vigelant, girlfirned, iland, vigalant, irland, sugarland, graland, glans, klands, higland, zealnd, scoland, clevand, galnd, mayland, glinda, klind, cooland, loand, laand, cleand, glandes, clanned, galnds, thialand, callind, goalsd, wsland, glandula, gandi, gahndi, clained, callsand, fland, colband, gelitan, goaned, goesand, colandar, toland, alnd, joband, cleeaned, zealnad, oland, giand, clend, zeeland, jhand, galnced, girlriend, thaialnd, girlfeind, genarld, goodand, clander, glandale, garladn, garand, kirland, thayland, killsand, skilland, glansed, oaklland, ganed, theland, culndt, hooland, grannd, glarind, glald, kingand, glisened, zealond, gladdy, coulnd, jeand, guandi, selanoid, oaklnad, erland, glsd, garnd, egglant, galed, calndar, glenced, colandor, egleant, arlanda, galan, galrand, gualandri, glacend, glanceed, glard, glisend, glutan, gaand, higlander, merland, oakalnd, slund, thailiand, yland, tland, gkand, gpand, glznd, glsnd, glwnd, glqnd, glabd, glamd, glajd, glahd, glanx, glanf, glanr, fgland, gfland, vgland, gvland, hgland, ghland, ygland, gyland, tgland, gtland, gkland, glkand, gpland, glpand, goland, gloand, glzand, glaznd, glsand, glasnd, glwand, glawnd, glqand, glaqnd, glabnd, glanbd, glamnd, glanmd, glajnd, glanjd, glahnd, glanhd, glansd, glands, glanxd, glandx, glandc, glanfd, glandf, glanrd, glandr, glnd, lgand, glnad, gladn, ggland, glland, glaand, glannd, glandd, gdand, gnand, gmand, glcnd, glaod, glant, glanl, g land, gl and, gla nd, glan d.
Definition of gland:
- The movable part of a stuffing box by which the packing is compressed; -- sometimes called a follower. See Illust. of Stuffing box, under Stuffing.
- An organ for secreting something to be used in, or eliminated from, the body; as, the sebaceous glands of the skin; the salivary glands of the mouth.
- A special organ of plants, usually minute and globular, which often secretes some kind of resinous, gummy, or aromatic product.
- Any very small prominence.
- The crosspiece of a bayonet clutch.
- The movable part of a stuffing box by which the packing is compressed; - sometimes called a follower. See Illust. of Stuffing box, under Stuffing.
- A bodily organ by which secretion is carried on.
- A secreting organ. The secretion may be poured out upon the surface or into a cavity, or it may be at once taken into the blood without appearing externally; it may be of service to the economy, in digestion, as a lubricant, etc., or it may be purely excrementitious, removing waste and poisonous material from the body. For the glands not defined here, see under glandula.
- An organ secreting or excreting a substance.
- A fleshy organ of the body which secretes some substance from the blood: ( bot.) a small cellular spot which secretes oil or aroma.
- Secreting organ in animals or plants.
- A secreting organ in plants or animals.
- A soft fleshy organ of the body, mostly secretory or connected with secretion; a secretory organ, also a swelling, in plants.
- One of the soft fleshy organs of the body, which either secrete or absorb certain fluids from the blood; a similar combination of ducts or vessels in plants.
- [ Latin] Single cell or mass of cells specialised for elaboration of secretions either for use in the body or for excretion; glans.