noun oe·nin \ˈēnə̇n\
variants: less commonly



Definition of oenin



  1. :  an anthocyanin pigment occurring in the skin of the blue grape and forming a dark red or reddish brown crystalline chloride C23H25ClO12

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Origin and Etymology of oenin

International Scientific Vocabulary oen- + -in; probably originally formed as German önin

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