Definition of guanamine
: any of a series of bases formed by heating guanidine salts of the fatty acids and used to produce crystalline derivatives of fatty acids and in the manufacture of resins; a 2,4-diamino-6-alkyl-triazine
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Origin and Etymology of guanamine
guan idine + amine
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