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1 definitions retrieved:
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Ortho- \Or"tho-\ ([^o]r"th[-o]-) pref. [Gr. 'orqo`s straight;
akin to Skr. [=u]rdhva upright, v[.r]dh to grow, to cause to
1. A combining form signifying straight, right, upright,
correct, regular; as, orthodromy, orthodiagonal, orthodox,
2. (Chem.) A combining form (also used adjectively),
(a) (Inorganic Chem.) The one of several acids of the same
element (as the phosphoric acids), which actually
occurs with the greatest number of hydroxyl groups;
as, orthophosphoric acid. Cf. Normal.
(b) (Organic Chem.) Connection with, or affinity to, one
variety of isomerism, characteristic of the benzene
compounds; -- contrasted with meta- or para-; as,
the ortho position; hence, designating any substance
showing such isomerism; as, an ortho compound.
Note: In the graphic representation of the benzene nucleus
(see Benzene nucleus, under Benzene), provisionally
adopted, any substance exhibiting double substitution
in adjacent and contiguous carbon atoms, as 1 & 2, 3 &
4, 4 & 5, etc., is designated by ortho-; as,
orthoxylene; any substance exhibiting substitution of
two carbon atoms with one intervening, as 1 & 3, 2 & 4,
3 & 5, 4 & 6, etc., by meta-; as, resorcin or
metaxylene; any substance exhibiting substitution in
opposite parts, as 1 & 4, 2 & 5, 3 & 6, by para-; as,
hydroquinone or paraxylene.