chemical suffix, from Greek -one, feminine patronymic (like in anemone, "daughter of this wind," from anemos); in substance usage denoting a "weaker" derivative. Its used in forming acetone (1830s) offered increase into the specific substance sense.
A suffix showing the substance, in title which it seems, is a ketone; since, acetone.
- A termination suggesting that hydrocarbon to the name of which it is affixed belongs to the fourth variety of hydrocarbons, or the third number of unsaturated hydrocarbonsl as, nonone.
A suffix suggesting the compound, within the title that it seems, is a ketone; as, acetone.
- A termination showing your hydrocarbon towards the title of which it is affixed belongs to the 4th a number of hydrocarbons, and/or third variety of unsaturated hydrocarbonsl as, nonone.
It feared what Memon planned - -one host for both of them.