Common misspellings for amine:
zmine, wmine, qmine, ajine, amjne, amkne, am9ne, am8ne, amibe, amime, amije, amihe, aminw, amins, aminr, amin4, amin3, zamine, azmine, samine, asmine, wamine, awmine, qamine, aqmine, anmine, amnine, akmine, amkine, ajmine, amjine, amuine, amiune, amijne, amikne, amoine, amione, am9ine, ami9ne, am8ine, ami8ne, amibne, aminbe, amimne, aminme, aminje, amihne, aminhe, aminwe, aminew, aminse, amines, aminde, aminre, aminer, amin4e, amine4, amin3e, amine3, aimne, amnie, aamine, ammine, amiine, aminne, aminee, imine, emine, cmine, aeine, aiine, amyne, ammne, amhne, ami.e, amioe, aminu, aminm, amayene, ameyene, a mine, am ine, ami ne, amin e.
Definition of amine:
- One of a class of strongly basic substances derived from ammonia by replacement of one or more hydrogen atoms by a basic atom or radical.
- A substance which may be derived from ammonia by the replacement of one or more of the hydrogen atoms by hydrocarbon radicals; the substitution of one hydrogen atom constitutes a primary, that of two atoms a secondary, and that of three a tertiary amine.
- [ Greek] A nitrogen compound formed in plants, also produced by bacterial action on amino acids, a derivative from ammonia by hydrogen replacement.