Amygdalic



of almonds.
Chemistry. of or derived from amygdalin or amygdalic acid.
Historical Examples

One of these, hydroxytoluol (amygdalic) tropeine, he has named homatropine.
Poisons: Their Effects and Detection Alexander Wynter Blyth

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    . any of three stereoisomeric acids having the formula C 8 H 8 O 3 , especially dl-mandelic acid, a white, crystalline, slightly water-soluble solid obtainable from amygdalin: used chiefly in medicine as an antiseptic. mandelic acid man·del·ic acid (mān-děl’ĭk) n. An acid that has both antibacterial and bacteriostatic properties, used in treating urinary tract […]

  • Amygdalin

    a white, bitter-tasting, water-soluble, glycosidic powder, C 20 H 27 NO 11 , usually obtained from bitter almond seeds and the leaves of plants of the genus Prunus and related genera: used chiefly in medicine as an expectorant. Historical Examples amygdalin, amygdaline, a-mig′da-lin, n. a crystalline principle existing in the kernel of bitter almonds. Chambers’s […]



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  • Amygdaline

    of, relating to, or resembling an almond. Historical Examples Amygdalin, amygdaline, a-mig′da-lin, n. a crystalline principle existing in the kernel of bitter almonds. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various adjective (anatomy) of or relating to a tonsil of or resembling almonds amygdaline a·myg·da·line (ə-mĭg’də-lĭn, -līn’) adj. Relating to or resembling an […]



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