anilide

[ an-l-id, -ahyd ]
/ ˈæn l ɪd, -ˌaɪd /

noun Chemistry.

any compound containing the univalent group C6H5NH–, derived from aniline, as acetanilide, C8H9NO.

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Origin of anilide

1860–65; < German Anilid. See anil, -ide

OTHER WORDS FROM anilide

an·i·lid·ic [an-uh lid-ik] /ˌænˈəlɪd ɪk/, adjective
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Medical definitions for anilide

anilide
[ ănə-lĭd, -līd′ ]

n.

An acyl derivative of aniline.
An amide in which a hydrogen in the amido group is replaced by a phenyl group.
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