diazole etymology

English word diazole comes from English di-, English azole

Detailed word origin of diazole

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
di- English (eng) (uncommon) Alternative form of dis-. Two, twice, or double A form of dia- before a vowel.
azole English (eng) (organic compound) Any of a class of five-membered unsaturated heterocycles having three carbon atoms, one nitrogen atom and two double bonds.
diazole English (eng) (organic compound) Either of two unsaturated heterocycles consisting of a five-membered ring containg three carbon atoms, two nitrogen atoms and two double bonds - namely pyrazole and imidazole.

Words with the same origin as diazole

Descendants of di-
benzodiazepine diallylic diaryl diasterane diazepam dicadmium dichromic acid didendron diepoxy diester diethyl difunctional digirth dilithium dimethyl dimorph diniobium diode dioxide dipetalous dipyridine discandium dizygous morphine diglucuronide radon difluoride
Descendants of azole