hydrobromide etymology

English word hydrobromide comes from English bromide, English hydro-

Detailed word origin of hydrobromide

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bromide English (eng) (inorganic chemistry) A binary compound of bromine and some other element or radical.. A dose of bromide taken as a sedative.. A dull person with conventional thoughts.. A platitude.
hydro- English (eng) (chemistry) hydrogen. (mineralogy) a hydrous compound. (zoology) Hydrozoa. Water.
hydrobromide English (eng) (organic chemistry) A compound of hydrobromic acid with an organic base (distinguished from a bromide, in which only the bromine unites with the base).

Words with the same origin as hydrobromide

Descendants of bromide
bromidic bromoil process carbro cetrimide
Descendants of hydro-
MHD MHDP MHDT autohydrolysis benzohydroquinone cal dehydroamino dendrohydrology dihydrobromide ectohydric electrohydrodynamic hydramide hydrarchy hydrarthrosis hydremia hydrencephalocele hydro hydronymy hydrostratigraphic hydruret hydruria monohydric nonhydric tetrahydrochloride xylohydroquinone