To bring forward; produce.In entomology, to draw out; lengthen.n. That which is produced; a production.n. Offspring.n. That which is formed or produced by labor, usually by physical labor.n. Effect; result; something resulting as a consequence.n. In mathematics, the result of multiplying one quantity or expression by another. Thus, 72 is the product of 8 multiplied by 9; and dy dx is the product of y multiplied by the operator d dx. The quantities multiplied together arc usually termed factors. Product results from multiplication, as sum. does from addition.n. In chem., a compound not previously existing in a body, but formed during decomposition: as, the products of destructive distillation: contradistinguished from educt.n. Set off from their intersection-point the unit sect on one of two perpendicular straights. On the other set off on one ray a, on the other b. The circle through the free end-points of 1, a, b determines on the fourth ray a sect, c, which is the product of the sect a by the sect b. Thus c = ab.n. If the sects are taken as coplanarand confined to two straights, their product is the area of the parallelogram determined.