noun phel·lan·dral \fəˈlanˌdral, -drəl\

Definition of phellandral



  1. :  a liquid aldehyde C3H7C6H8CHO that is related to alpha-phellandrene and is found especially in eucalyptus oils and water-fennel oil

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Origin and Etymology of phellandral

from New Latin phellandrium (specific epithet of Oenanthe phellandrium) + International Scientific Vocabulary -al

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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