Definition of flavine in English:

flavine

Syllabification: fla·vine
Pronunciation: /ˈflāˌvēn
 
/

noun

1 Medicine An antiseptic derived from acridine.
2 Chemistry another term for quercetin.

Origin

early 20th century: from Latin flavus 'yellow' + -ine4.

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