a white, crystalline, watersoluble solid, C 9 H 9 N, having a strong, fecal odor: used chiefly as a fixative in the manufacture of perfume.
a white or brownish crystalline solid with a strong faecal odour, found in faeces, beetroot, and coal tar; B-methylindole. Formula: C9H9N
skatole skat·ole (skāt’ōl, -ôl)
A crystalline organic compound that is formed in the intestine by the bacterial decomposition of tryptophan and that has a strong fecal odor, found naturally in feces, beets, and coal tar.
noun 1. The, a cape at the N tip of Denmark. noun 1. the Skaw, a cape at the N tip of Denmark Also known as Cape Skagen, Skagen
noun 1. a knife or dagger formerly used in Ireland and in the Scottish Highlands. noun 1. a kind of double-edged dagger formerly used in Ireland and Scotland
noun 1. a small knife tucked into or worn against the top of a stocking in the full dress of Highland Scottish males. noun 1. (Scot) a variant of sgian-dhu
noun 1. Walter William, 1835–1912, English philologist and lexicographer.