Examples from the Web for lanolin
Lard, petrolatum (or cosmoline or vaseline), cold cream and lanolin.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Evidently this imposingly named product is practically a lanolin ointment containing oil of wintergreen and menthol.
Preferably here one should use an ointment instead of collodion; salicylic acid 40 parts, vaseline 30 parts and lanolin 30 parts.Touring Afoot|Claude Powell Fordyce
The classical Singer Sewing Machine decision and the lanolin case are in point.
According to the statements of the manufacturers, Bengus Analgesic Balm contains menthol, salicylate of methyl and lanolin.
British Dictionary definitions for lanolin
lanoline (ˈlænəlɪn, -ˌliːn)
Word Origin for lanolin
Word Origin and History for lanolin
fatty matter extracted from sheep's wool," 1885, from German Lanolin, coined by German physician Mathias Eugenius Oscar Liebreich (1838-1908) from Latin lana "wool" (see wool) + oleum "oil, fat" (see oil (n.)) + chemical suffix -in (2).