fraxin

noun frax·in \ ˈfraksə̇n \

Definition of fraxin

plural -s
: a bitter yellowish crystalline glucoside C16H18O10 found especially in the bark of the ash and the horse chestnut

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Origin and Etymology of fraxin

International Scientific Vocabulary frax- (from Latin fraxinus) + -in; originally formed in German


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