azuresin az·u·res·in (āzh’ə-rěz’ĭn)
A complex of an azure dye and a carbacrylic resin that is used to detect gastric achlorhydria without intubation.
a blue mineral, a hydrous copper carbonate, Cu 3 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 2 : an ore of copper. a gem of moderate value cut from this mineral. Historical Examples She was twisting the azurite jewels on her bosom, and pressing the blunt points into her flesh. The White Peacock D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence […]
a blue-green ornamental stone consisting of a mixture of azurite and malachite.
azurophil azurophil a·zu·ro·phil (ā-zhur’ə-fĭl’, āzh’ə-rō-fĭl’) or a·zu·ro·phile (-fīl’, -fĭl’) adj. Staining readily with an azure dye. Used especially in reference to certain cytoplasmic granules in white blood cells.
a city in SW California, near Los Angeles.