[ih-boh-guh-een] /ɪˈboʊ gəˌin/
an alkaloid, C 20 H 26 N 2 O, obtained from an African shrub, Tabernanthe iboga, having antidepressant and hallucinogenic properties.
nerve stimulant, 1901, from French ibogaine, from iboga, Congolese name of the shrub from which the chemical is extracted, + chemical suffix -ine (2).
ibogaine i·bo·ga·ine (ĭ-bō’gə-ēn’, -ĭn)
A white powdery substance that can act as a hallucinogen, a memory stimulant, or a dopamine blocker that acts by stemming the craving for heroin and cocaine without causing dependency.
inflation-indexed [United States government savings] bond
[ahy-boh-tuh] /aɪˈboʊ tə/ noun 1. a Japanese spreading shrub, Ligustrum obtusifolium, of the olive family, having hairy leaves and nodding white flower clusters.
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1. infectious bovine rhinotracheitis. infectious bovine rhinotracheitis