Cumidine Cu"mi*dine (k?"m?-d?n or -d?n), n. [From {Cumin}.] (Chem.) A strong, liquid, organic base, {C3H7.C6H4.NH2}, homologous with aniline. [1913 Webster]

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  • cumidine — ˈkyüməˌdēn, də̇n noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary cum + idine; originally formed as German kumidin : any of three isomeric liquid bases C3H7C6H4NH2 derived from cumene; isopropyl aniline; especially : the para isomer made… …   Useful english dictionary

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