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lupulin

[ loo-pyuh-lin ]
/ ˈlu pyə lɪn /
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noun
the glandular hairs of the hop, Humulus lupulus, formerly used in medicine as a sedative.
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Origin of lupulin

1820–30; <New Latin lupul(us) (diminutive of Latin lupus the hop plant; see -ule) + -in2
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British Dictionary definitions for lupulin

lupulin
/ (ˈluːpjʊlɪn) /

noun
a resinous powder extracted from the female flowers of the hop plant and used as a sedative

Word Origin for lupulin

C19: from New Latin lupulus, diminutive of lupus the hop plant
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