glyc·er·in noun \ˈglis-rən, ˈgli-sə-\
: a thick, sweet, clear liquid used in making medicines, food, soap, etc.
Origin of GLYCERIN
from Greek glykeros
sweet; akin to Greek glykys
First Known Use: 1830
glyc·er·in noun (Medical Dictionary)
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