incurrent

adjective
in·​cur·​rent | \in-ˈkər-ənt, -ˈkə-rənt\

Definition of incurrent 

: giving passage to a current that flows inward

First Known Use of incurrent

circa 1856, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for incurrent

Latin incurrent-, incurrens, present participle of incurrere

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