[fruhk-tohs, froo k-, frook-] /ˈfrʌk toʊs, ˈfrʊk-, ˈfruk-/
Chemistry, Pharmacology. a yellowish to white, crystalline, water-soluble, levorotatory ketose sugar, C 6 H 12 O 6 , sweeter than sucrose, occurring in invert sugar, honey, and a great many fruits: used in foodstuffs and in medicine chiefly in solution as an intravenous nutrient.
/ˈfrʌktəʊs; -təʊz; ˈfrʊk-/
a white crystalline water-soluble sugar occurring in honey and many fruits. Formula: C6H12O6 Also called laevulose, fruit sugar
sugar found in fruit, 1864, coined in English from Latin fructus (see fruit) + chemical suffix -ose.
fructose fruc·tose (frŭk’tōs’, fruk’-)
A very sweet sugar occurring in many fruits and honey and used as a preservative for foodstuffs and as an intravenous nutrient. Also called fruit sugar, levulose.
A simple sugar (monosaccharide) found in honey, many fruits, and some vegetables. Fructose linked to glucose is the structure of table sugar, or sucrose. Fructose is an important source of energy for cellular processes. Chemical formula: C6H12O6.
fructosemia fruc·to·se·mi·a (frŭk’tō-sē’mē-ə, fruk’-) n. Presence of fructose in blood. Also called levulosemia.
[fruhn-toh-puh-rahy-i-tl] /ˌfrʌn toʊ pəˈraɪ ɪ tl/ adjective, Anatomy. 1. of or relating to the frontal and bones of the cranium. 2. of or relating to the frontal and lobes of a cerebral hemisphere. frontoparietal fron·to·pa·ri·e·tal (frŭn’tō-pə-rī’ĭ-təl) adj. Relating to or characteristic of both frontal and parietal bones.
[fruhk-choo-uh s] /ˈfrʌk tʃu əs/ adjective 1. productive; fertile; profitable: a fructuous region, rich in natural resources. /ˈfrʌktjʊəs; ˈfrʊk-/ adjective 1. productive or fruitful; fertile
[froog] /frug/ noun 1. a dance deriving from the twist. verb (used without object), frugged, frugging. 2. to dance the frug. n. 1964, popular U.S. dance derived from the Twist, of unknown origin.