coniine

noun
co·ni·ine | \ ˈkō-nē-ˌēn \

Definition of coniine 

: a poisonous alkaloid C8H17N found in poison hemlock

First Known Use of coniine

1831, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for coniine

German Koniin, from Late Latin conium hemlock, from Greek kōneion

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coniine

noun
co·ni·ine | \ ˈkō-nē-ˌēn \

Medical Definition of coniine 

: a poisonous alkaloid C8H17N found in poison hemlock (Conium maculatum)

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