sulfonamide

sulfonamide

[suhl-fon-uh-mahyd, -mid, suhl-fuh-nam-ahyd, -id]
noun Pharmacology.

Origin:
1900–05; sulfon(ic acid) + amide

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sulfonamide sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd)
n.

  1. Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds that includes the sulfa drugs.

  2. See sulfa drug.

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sulfonamide   (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd)  Pronunciation Key 
Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2. ◇ Certain sulfonamides known as sulfa drugs are used as antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.
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