cutose etymology

English word cutose comes from Latin cutis ((anatomy) living skin. Hide, leather. Rind, surface.), English -ose

Detailed word origin of cutose

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
cutis Latin (lat) (anatomy) living skin. Hide, leather. Rind, surface.
-ose English (eng) (chemistry) Used to form the names of sugars. Full of, like.
cutose English (eng) (chemistry) A variety of cellulose, occurring as a fine transparent membrane covering the aerial organs of plants, and forming an essential ingredient of cork.

Words with the same origin as cutose

Descendants of cutis
cutaneal cutaneous cuticle cuticular cutify cutigeral cutin cutinase cutinize cutireaction cutometer endocuticular epicuticle exocuticle exocuticular noncuticular precuticular procuticle subcuticular transcuticular
Descendants of -ose
agarose arabinoside biose caseose cytosine dambose decose dextrose favose fructose fructoside galactose gentianose granulose hexosamine lacunose octose paucimannose rhamnose rutinose streptose sucrose tremellose venulose