Definition of ethide in English:

ethide

(also ethyde)

noun

Chemistry
  • A compound in which an atom (especially of a metal) or group is bonded to an ethyl group.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Edward Frankland (1825–1899), chemist. From eth- + -ide.

Pronunciation

ethide

/ˈiːθʌɪd//ˈɛθʌɪd/