ento-, ent-

(Greek: within, inside, inner; used as a prefix [used in many words related to anatomy and biology])

entacoustic (adjective), more entacoustic, most entacoustic
Referring to subjective sensations of hearing that originate within or near one's ear or ears: "The sounds of waves crashing against the side of his boat were the most entacoustic sounds the fisherman experienced as he lay on the bottom of his disabled fishing vessel."
entoblast
entochondral
entocnemial
On the inner side of the tibia.
entocoel
entocondyloid
Similar to the medial condyle of any long bone (a rounded prominence at the end of a bone, most often for articulation with another bone; such as, a knuckle).
entocranial
1. Within the cranium.
2. Relating to the endocranium (lining membrane of the cranium, or dura mater which is the outermost, toughest and most fibrous of the three membranes covering the brain and spinal cord of the brain).
entocuneiform
1. Wedge-shaped.
2. An ancient wedge-shaped script formed by the arrangement of small wedge-shaped elements (letters) and used in ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian writing.
3. Anatomy, relating to, or being a wedge-shaped bone or cartilage or relating to the tarsal bones (or other wedge-shaped bones).
entocyst
entocyte
entoderm
entodermal
entodermic
entogastric
entoglossal (adjective), more entoglossal, most entoglossal
Within the movable organ of the mouth; applied to the glossohyal bone (both the hyoidean arch and the tongue): The hyoid bone is a U-shaped bone at the base of the organ of taste that supports the muscles and the structure of the tongue.

Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "internal organs, entrails, inside": enter-; fistul-; incret-; inter-; intra-; splanchn-; viscer-.