Definition of artiad in English:

artiad

noun

historical Chemistry
rare
  • An element or radical whose valency is represented by an even number. Contrasted with perissad. Now historical and rare.

Origin

Mid 19th century (in an earlier sense). From ancient Greek ἄρτιος (of numbers) even (from ἄρτι just, exactly from the same Indo-European base as classical Latin ars, Armenian ard recently, Lithuanian artus (adjective), arti (adverb) near) + -ad.

Pronunciation

artiad

/ˈɑːtɪad/