saccharometry etymology

English word saccharometry comes from English -metry (Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.), English saccharo- (Sugar.)

Detailed word origin of saccharometry

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-metry English (eng) Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.
saccharo- English (eng) Sugar.
saccharometry English (eng) The measurement of the amount of sugar in a liquid using a saccharometer.

Words with the same origin as saccharometry

Descendants of -metry
absorptiometry acidimetry anemometry archeometry bathymetry coulometry ergometry fluviometry heliometry isometry micrometry optometrist optometry phallometry photometry pneumatometry psychometry psychrometry scientometrist somatometry spectrometry stichometry telemetric telemetry zoometry
Descendants of saccharo-
aminosaccharide decasaccharide disaccharide glucosaccharide heterosaccharide hexasaccharide monosaccharide oligosaccharide pentasaccharide polysaccharase polysaccharide saccharocolloid saccharogen saccharoid saccharolipid saccharolytic saccharometabolic saccharometer saccharomycete saccharomycosis saccharose saccholactic tetrasaccharide trisaccharide