noun pe·on·i·din \pēˈänədə̇n\

Definition of peonidin



  1. :  an anthocyanidin obtained by hydrolysis of peonin usually in the form of its reddish brown chloride C16H13ClO6 :  a monomethyl ether of cyanidin

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Origin and Etymology of peonidin

peon- (in peonin) + -id + -in

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