[hek-sil-ruh-zawr-suh-nawl, -nol] /ˌhɛk sɪl rəˈzɔr səˌnɔl, -ˌnɒl/
white or yellowish-white, needle-shaped crystals, C 12 H 18 O 2 , used chiefly as an antiseptic and for the expulsion of intestinal worms.
a yellowish-white crystalline phenol that has a fatty odour and sharp taste; 2,4- dihydroxy-1-hexylbenzene: used for treating bacterial infections of the urinary tract. Formula: C12H18O2
hexylresorcinol hex·yl·re·sor·ci·nol (hěk’səl-rĭ-zôr’sə-nôl’, -nōl’)
A yellowish-white crystalline phenol used as an antiseptic and anthelmintic.
[hey] /heɪ/ interjection 1. (used as an exclamation to call attention or to express pleasure, surprise, bewilderment, etc.) 2. Informal. hello: used as a greeting. /heɪ/ interjection 1. an expression indicating surprise, dismay, discovery, etc, or calling for another’s attention 2. (South African) an exclamation used for emphasis at the end of a statement, or […]
[hey-dey] /ˈheɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the stage or period of greatest vigor, strength, success, etc.; prime: the heyday of the vaudeville stars. 2. Archaic. high spirits. [hey-dey] /ˈheɪ deɪ/ interjection, Archaic. 1. (used as an exclamation of cheerfulness, surprise, wonder, etc.) /ˈheɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the time of most power, popularity, vigour, etc; prime n. late 16c., […]
[hey-dey] /ˈheɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the stage or period of greatest vigor, strength, success, etc.; prime: the heyday of the vaudeville stars. 2. Archaic. high spirits. /ˈheɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the time of most power, popularity, vigour, etc; prime n. late 16c., alteration of heyda (1520s), exclamation of playfulness or surprise, something like Modern English hurrah, apparently […]
- Hey diddle diddle
A nursery rhyme: Hey diddle diddle The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon.