[gwahy-uh-kohl, -kawl] /ˈgwaɪ əˌkoʊl, -ˌkɔl/
a slightly yellowish, aromatic, crystalline substance, C 7 H 8 O 2 , resembling creosote and usually obtained from resin: used in medicine chiefly as an expectorant and local anesthetic.
a yellowish oily creosote-like liquid extracted from guaiacum resin and hardwood tar, used medicinally as an expectorant. Formula: C7H8O2
guaiacol guai·a·col (gwī’ə-kôl’, -kōl’)
A yellowish, oily, aromatic substance derived from guaiacum or wood creosote and used chiefly as an expectorant, a local anesthetic, and an antiseptic.
[gwahy-uh-kuh m] /ˈgwaɪ ə kəm/ noun 1. any of several tropical American trees or shrubs belonging to the genus Guaiacum of the caltrop family; lignum vitae. 2. the hard, heavy wood of such a tree; . 3. resin obtained from such a tree; . /ˈɡwaɪəkəm/ noun 1. any tropical American evergreen tree of the zygophyllaceous […]
[Spanish gwahy-rah] /Spanish ˈgwaɪ rɑ/ noun 1. . [lah gwahy-rah] /lɑ ˈgwaɪ rɑ/ noun 1. a seaport in N Venezuela: the port of Caracas. /Spanish la ˈɡwaira/ noun 1. the chief seaport of Venezuela, on the Caribbean. Pop: 26 669 (1990 est)
- Guajillo chile
noun a long tapered dried hot chile that is deep red-orange; also called travieso , mirasol Usage Note cooking
[gwah-heer-uh; Spanish gwah-hee-rah] /gwɑˈhɪər ə; Spanish gwɑˈhi rɑ/ noun, plural guajiras [gwah-heer-uh z; Spanish gwah-hee-rahs] /gwɑˈhɪər əz; Spanish gwɑˈhi rɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. a Cuban peasant dance with shifting rhythms.