tagetone

noun tag·e·tone \ˈtajəˌtōn\

Definition of tagetone

plural

-s

  1. :  a pale yellow oily unsaturated ketone C10H16O obtained from a South American marigold (Tagetes minuta)

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Origin and Etymology of tagetone

New Latin Tagetes (genus name of Tagetes minuta) + English -one


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