Phane \Phane\, n. See {Fane}. [Obs.] --Joye. [1913 Webster]

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  • -phane — phane, phanie ♦ Éléments, du gr. phanes et phaneia, de phainein « paraître » : cellophane, lithophanie; diaphane, épiphanie. ⇒ PHANE, PHANIE, élém. formants Élém. formants tirés du gr. , de «paraître», entrant dans la constr. de mots sav. où ils… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -phane — [fān] 〚< Gr phainein, to appear: see FANTASY〛 combining form a substance that has a (specified) appearance or resembles (something specified) [allophane, cymophane] * * * phane or phan suff. A substance resembling something specified …   Universalium

  • -phane — element meaning having the appearance of, from Gk. phanes, from phainein to show, phainesthai to appear (see PHANTASM (Cf. phantasm)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • -phane — [fān] [< Gr phainein, to appear: see FANTASY] combining form a substance that has a (specified) appearance or resembles (something specified) [allophane, cymophane] …   English World dictionary

  • phane — rhab·do·phane; tri·phane; uran·o·phane; di·a·phane; dol·er·o·phane; iso·phane; leu·co·phane; tryp·to·phane; …   English syllables

  • Phane — Als Phane werden chemische Verbindungen bezeichnet, die aus einem Aromaten bestehen, der durch eine zumeist aliphatische Kette überbrückt ist.[1] Sie entsprechen damit weitgehend den ansa Verbindungen (lat. ansa = Henkel), also den planaren,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • -phane — noun combining form Etymology: Greek phanēs appearing, from phainein to show more at fancy substance having a (specified) form, quality, or appearance < hydrophane > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • phane — noun Any of several generic names for a sub structure of a more complex molecule …   Wiktionary

  • phane — cellophane colophane diaphane tryptophane épiphane …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • phane — r, ro (G). Visible …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

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