noun robi·nin \ˈrōbənə̇n, ˈräb-\

Definition of robinin



  1. :  a yellow crystalline glycoside C33H40O19 derived from kaempferol and found in the flowers of a locust (Robinia pseudoacacia)

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Origin and Etymology of robinin

robin- (from New Latin Robinia) + -in

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