eth-

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See also: ETH, Eth, eth, Eth., and -eth

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from ethyl.

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eth-

  1. (organic chemistry) Used as a combining form to denote the presence of 2 carbon atoms in the parent chain when forming names of organic compounds.

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eth-

  1. (organic chemistry) eth-

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Middle English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From ēth, ethe (easy, easily)

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eth-

  1. combining form for easy, easily.

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