2. An association of persons officially authorized to undertake some duty or to negotiate some business; also,
an association of persons who combine to carry out, on their own account, a financial or industrial project; as,
a syndicate of bankers formed to take up and dispose of an entire issue of government bonds.
(Syn"di*cate) v. t. [LL. syndicatus, p. p. of syndicare to censure.] To judge; to censure.
(||Syn"dro*me) n. [NL., from Gr. sy`n with + a course, a running.] Concurrence. [R.] Glanvill.
(Syn`dy*as"mi*an) a. [Gr. syndyasmo`s a pairing, fr. syndya`zein to pair.] Pertaining
to the state of pairing together sexually; said of animals during periods of procreation and while rearing
their offspring. Morgan.
(Syne) adv. [See Since.]
1. Afterwards; since; ago. [Obs. or Scot.] R. of Brunne.
2. Late, as opposed to soon.
[Each rogue] shall be discovered either soon or syne.W. Hamilton
(Syne), conj. Since; seeing. [Scot.]
(Syn*ec"do*che) n. [L. synecdoche, Gr. synekdochh`, fr. to receive jointly; sy`n with + to
receive; out + to receive.] (Rhet.) A figure or trope by which a part of a thing is put for the whole (as,
fifty sail for fifty ships), or the whole for a part the species for the genus the genus for the species the
name of the material for the thing made, etc. Bain.
(Syn`ec*doch"ic*al) a. Expressed by synecdoche; implying a synecdoche.
Isis is used for Themesis by a synecdochical kind of speech, or by a poetical liberty, in using one for
(Syn`ec*doch"ic*al*ly), adv. By synecdoche.
(||Syn*e"chi*a) n. [NL., fr. Gr. fr. to hold together; sy`n with + to hold.] (Med.) A disease of
the eye, in which the iris adheres to the cornea or to the capsule of the crystalline lens.
(||Syn*ec`pho*ne"sis) n. [NL., fr. Gr. fr. to utter together.] (Gram.) A contraction of
two syllables into one; synizesis.
(Syn*e"dral) a. [Gr. sitting with; sy`n with + "e`dra seat.] (Bot.) Growing on the angles of a
stem, as the leaves in some species of Selaginella.
(||Syn`en*tog"na*thi) n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. sy`n with + 'ento`s within + gna`qos jaw.] (Zoöl.)
An order of fishes, resembling the Physoclisti, without spines in the dorsal, anal, and ventral fins. It includes
the true flying fishes.