carvestrene

noun
car·ves·trene | \kärˈveˌstrēn, ˈkärvəˌs-\
plural -s

Definition of carvestrene 

: inactive sylvestrene

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History and Etymology for carvestrene

blend of International Scientific Vocabulary carvol carvone (from Medieval Latin carvi caraway + -ol) and sylvestrene; originally formed as German karvestren

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