flowing in; esp., characterized by the flowing in of water: the incurrent canals of a sponge
Origin of incurrentClassical Latin incurrens, present participle of incurrere: see incur
Affording passage to an inflowing current.
Origin of incurrentLatin incurr&emacron;ns, incurrent-, present participle of incurrere, to run upon; see incur.
From Latin incurrēns (stem incurrēnt-), present active participle of incurrō (“run into, towards or upon”) (whence also incur), from in + currō (“run”).