Definition of anisidine
: any one of three isomeric bases CH3OC6H4NH2 that are amino derivatives of anisole and are used in the manufacture of guaiacol and of azo dyes
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Origin and Etymology of anisidine
French, from anis- 2anis- + -ide + -ine
First Known Use: 1849
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