noun ac·ac·e·tin \əˈkasətən, aˈk-\

Definition of acacetin



  1. :  a pale yellow crystalline compound C16H12O5 occurring in the form of glycosides especially in the leaves of the common locust; apigenin 4′-methyl ether

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Origin and Etymology of acacetin

International Scientific Vocabulary acacia (locust) + acetin

First Known Use: 1900

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