Meaning of disclude in English:

disclude

Pronunciation /dɪˈskluːd/

verb

  • 1To separate, keep apart; to exclude.

    Somewhat rare and nonstandard since 18th century.

  • 2Dentistry
    To cause (opposing teeth) to fail to meet when the jaws are closed. Also without object: (of opposing teeth) to fail to meet.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin disclūdere to keep apart, shut out, to separate off into parts from dis- + claudere.