galegine

noun
ga·​le·​gine | \gəˈlējə̇n, -ˌjēn\
plural -s

Definition of galegine 

: a bitter crystalline base C5H9NHC(=NH)NH2 that is derived from guanidine and is obtained especially from European goat's rue

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History and Etymology for galegine

International Scientific Vocabulary galeg- (from New Latin Galega) + -ine

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