[gwah-nil-ik] /gwɑˈnɪl ɪk/
a nucleotide consisting of guanine, ribose or deoxyribose, and a phosphate group. It is a constituent of DNA or RNA Also called guanosine monophosphate
guanylic acid gua·nyl·ic acid (gwä-nĭl’ĭk)
[Portuguese gwah-poo-re; Spanish gwah-paw-re] /Portuguese gwɑ pʊˈrɛ; Spanish ˌgwɑ pɔˈrɛ/ noun 1. a river forming part of the boundary between Brazil and Bolivia, flowing NW to the Mamoré River. 950 miles (1530 km) long. 2. former name of . /Portuguese ɡwapoˈrɛ/ noun 1. a river in W central South America, rising in SW Brazil and […]
[gwahr] /gwɑr/ noun 1. a plant, Cyamopsis tetragonolobus, of the legume family, grown as a forage crop and for its seeds, which produce a gum (guar gum) used as a thickening agent and stabilizer in foods and pharmaceuticals and as sizing for paper and cloth. 1. guaranteed. /ɡwɑː/ noun 1. a leguminous Indian plant, Cyamopsis […]
[gwuh-rah-chuh; Spanish gwah-rah-chah] /gwəˈrɑ tʃə; Spanish gwɑˈrɑ tʃɑ/ noun, plural guarachas [gwuh-rah-chuh z; Spanish gwah-rah-chahs] /gwəˈrɑ tʃəz; Spanish gwɑˈrɑ tʃɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. a vigorous Cuban dance in triple meter. 2. the music for this dance.
[gwahr-uh-nah, gwahr-uh-nah] /ˌgwɑr əˈnɑ, ˈgwɑr əˌnɑ/ noun 1. a woody, climbing shrub Paullinia cupana, of the soapberry family, growing in parts of South America, having seeds that contain caffeine and are used in soft drinks. 2. a drink containing extract of guarana seed.