Definitions for "Inode"
A numeric file identifier.
A table entry within a filesystem that contains file information such as the owner, group, permissions, last modification date/time, last access date/time, and the block list of the actual file data. There is one inode for each file. The inodes are numbered sequentially. The inode does not contain the filename. A directory is a table that maps filenames to inode numbers.
The internal representation of a file in the UNIX operating system.
Keywords:  node, see
See i-node.