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-ide

 
suffix indicating a binary compound.

-ide

(īde),
1. Suffix denoting the more electronegative element in a binary chemical compound; formerly denoted by the qualification -ureted; for example, hydrogen sulfide was sulfureted hydrogen.
2. Suffix in a sugar name indicating substitution for the H of the hemiacetal OH, for example, glycoside.

-ide

(īd) a suffix indicating a binary chemical compound.

-ide

suffix meaning "a compound of ": chloride, monoxide, sulfide.

-ide

1. Combining form denoting the more electronegative element in a binary chemical compound.
2. Combining form (in a sugar name) indicating substitution for the H of the hemiacetal OH; e.g., glycoside.

-ide

suffix indicating a binary compound.