prussiate

[ pruhsh-ee-eyt, -it, pruhs- ]
/ ˈprʌʃ iˌeɪt, -ɪt, ˈprʌs- /

noun Chemistry.

a ferricyanide or ferrocyanide.
a salt of prussic acid; a cyanide.

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Origin of prussiate

From French, dating back to 1780–90; see origin at prussic acid, -ate2
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British Dictionary definitions for prussiate

prussiate
/ (ˈprʌʃɪɪt) /

noun

any cyanide, ferrocyanide, or ferricyanide
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