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What is the Greek root 'ent-' in English?
Inner or within is the English equivalent of the Greek root 'ent-'. An example of an English derivative of 'ent-' is 'entoblast', which derives from the prefix 'ent-', and the noun 'blast', which means 'bud'. The English derivative means 'the innermost germ layer of an embryo from which the cellular tissue of the digestive tract is derived'. ...