glyoxaline

[ glahy-ok-suh-leen, -lin ]
/ glaɪˈɒk səˌlin, -lɪn /

noun

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Origin of glyoxaline

First recorded in 1855–60; gly(col) + oxal(ic) + -ine2
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British Dictionary definitions for glyoxaline

glyoxaline
/ (ɡlaɪˈɒksəlɪn) /

noun

another name (not in technical usage) for imidazole
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