cyclamin definition

  • noun:
    • A white amorphous compound, regarded as a glucoside, extracted from the corm of Cyclamen europaeum.
    • A white amorphous substance, seen as a glucoside, extracted from the corm of Cyclamen Europ├Žum.
    • A vegetable concept found in the root of types of Cyclamen. It's white, amorphous, or perhaps in moment crystals, and has a bitter, acrid flavor.
    • A coal-tar color of the xanthene type. It dyes wool and silk bluish red in a neutral bath. Additionally spelled cyclamen and cyclamine.
    • A white amorphous substance, considered a glucoside, extracted from the corm of Cyclamen europaeum.
    • A white amorphous material, viewed as a glucoside, obtained from the corm of Cyclamen Europ├Žum.
    • A vegetable concept based in the reason behind types of Cyclamen. It is white, amorphous, or perhaps in min crystals, and has a bitter, acrid flavor.
    • A coal-tar color of the xanthene type. It dyes wool and silk bluish red in a neutral bath. Also spelled cyclamen and cyclamine.
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