noun fu·ryl \ˈfyu̇rəl, -(ˌ)ril\

Definition of furyl



  1. :  either of two univalent radicals C4H3O derived from furan by removal of one hydrogen atom; especially :  the alpha or 2-radical

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Origin and Etymology of furyl

International Scientific Vocabulary fur- + -yl

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a brief usually trivial fact

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