benzonatate

[ben-zon-uh-teyt]

Origin of benzonatate

perhaps benzo(ic acid) + (no)na(ethylene) + -t- (< ?) + -ate3
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benzonatate in Medicine

benzonatate

[bĕn-zōnə-tāt′]
n.
  1. A colorless to faintly yellow oil that is soluble in most organic solvents and is used as an antitussive drug.
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