noun aca·ci·in \əˈkās(h)ēə̇n, -shə̇n\

Definition of acaciin



  1. :  a crystalline glycoside C28H32O14 that is found in the leaves of a common North American locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia) and that yields acacetin on hydrolysis

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Origin and Etymology of acaciin

International Scientific Vocabulary acacia (locust) + -in

First Known Use: circa 1926

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