INGR`AFT, v.t. [in and graff. The original word is ingraff or graff, but it is corrupted beyond recovery.]

1. To insert a cion of one tree or plant into another for propagation; as, to ingraft the cion of an apple-tree on a pear-tree, as its stock; to ingraft a peach on a plum.

2. To propagate by incision.

3. To plant or introduce something foreign into that which is native, for the purpose of propagation.

This fellow would ingraft a foreign name

Upon our stock.

4. To set or fix deep and firm.

Ingrafted love he bears to Caesar.