parmone

noun par·mone \ˈpärˌmōn\

Definition of parmone

plural

-s

  1. :  a terpenoid ketone C13H20O found in oil from violet flowers

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Origin and Etymology of parmone

French, from parm- (from violette de Parme Parma violet, from Parme Parma, city in northern Italy) + -one


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