noun eu·rhodine \yəˈrōˌdēn, -dən\

Definition of eurhodine



  1. :  any of a class of amino-substituted phenazine dyes (such as neutral red)

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Origin and Etymology of eurhodine

International Scientific Vocabulary eu- + rhod- (from Greek rhodon rose) + -ine; originally formed as German eurhodin — more at rose

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