amine etymology

English word amine comes from English Ammon (A city in Idaho. An ancient people of Israel.), Cebuano Ammon, Irish Ammon

Detailed word origin of amine

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
Ammon English (eng) A city in Idaho. An ancient people of Israel.
Ammon Cebuano (ceb)
Ammon Irish (gle)
sal ammoniacus Latin (lat)
ammonia English (eng) (inorganic compound) A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH3, with a pungent smell and taste.
amine English (eng) (inorganic chemistry) A functional group formally derived from ammonia by replacing one, two or three hydrogen atoms with hydrocarbon or other radicals.. (organic chemistry) Any organic compound containing an amine functional group.

Words with the same origin as amine

Descendants of Ammon
K-hole amidation amidic amidrazone amination aminimide amino- aminoalkynylation aminonucleoside aminopyridine aminyl ammonian ammonic ammonuria ammoxidation amvis casamino acid hyperaminoacidemia onium succinamic thioacetamide transamidase vitamer vitamin
Descendants of Ammon